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Words on the Avenue’s founder, Teré Fowler-Chapman is a gender fluid writer—by way of sonoran desert | by way of boot’s bayou. This poet was the first African American executive director of the Tucson Poetry Festival. They took over their grandfather’s dream and published their first chapbook, Bread &, released by Hope Etcetera Press in Spring 2017. They are a National Arts Strategies’ Creative Community fellow, and a “Bettering American Poetry 2016” nominee. They are an educator, a wife, and a family man. You can find Teré or their work forthcoming or published in/on: Huffington Post, University of Arizona’s VOCA, University of Houston-Victoria’s Downtown Art Series, TEDxTucson, Tucson Weekly, Feminist Wire, Arizona Public Media’s PBS & NPR, KXCI National Radio Station, Literary Orphans & more. Bread &

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