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Cass Trystero's work first appeared in an international project "Diaries" that contained autobiographical work by women, trans women and nonbinary folks. Their work has since appeared in periodicals such as “The Bennington Review," "Interim," and "Volt." New work is forthcoming in "The Bennington Review."  They identify as nonbinary and are disabled. They live in Bellingham, Washington.

They are the author of an unpublished collection of poems that details the origins of their nonbinary gender and their aspirations to transition. 

Their favorite book is Orlando by Virginia Woolf. Their favorite quote from that book is: 
“For it was this mixture in her of man and woman, one being uppermost and then the other, that often gave her conduct an unexpected turn.”
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