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Caitlin Finley

Caitlin Finley is a native Texan writing and studying in New York City. In her nonfiction work, she’s interested in exploring the dining scene, art + design, and our cultural landscape. Alongside her studies, she has worked in documentary filmmaking and interior design. Caitlin also writes fiction and poetry.

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