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M. A. Dubbs (she/her/her’s) is an award winning LGBT and Mexican-American poet from Indiana. Dubbs’ writes poetry, literary short fiction, and micro-fiction. Her writing has been published in literary magazines and anthologies across the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.
Dubbs poetry and fiction has been published in various literary magazines including Vine Leaves Press, Nanoism, and The Gonzo Press, among others. In 2021 she published her first collection of her poetry and short fiction titled Aerodynamic Drag: Poetry and Short Fiction.
She earned her BAs in English and Psychology with minors in Spanish and Religious Studies at Indiana University. She was president and founder of IU’s Creative Writing Club and was an Associate Editor of poetry, non-fiction, and literary fiction for The Scribe, a literary ezine. Dubbs was also an intern for the nationally celebrated Indiana Review.
Dubbs earned her Master’s in Social Work with a concentration in Mental Health and Addictions at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in 2013.
Dubbs’ poem “Indiana Night” won first place in the 2012 Melba Geoffroy Poetry Contest and her poem “Slash-and-Burn won “Best of Poetry” award in the 2014 edition of Genesis.
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