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Sophia Shalmiyev

Sophia Shalmiyev emigrated from Leningrad to America in 1990. She is the author of the lyric memoir, Mother Winter (S&S, 2019), and is a feminist writer and painter living in Portland, OR with her two children.
She has been published in Electric Lit, Guernica, Entropy, Vela, The Rumpus, Lit Hub and many others.
A collaborative, epistolary piece about mothering while writing with the author of Red Clocks, Leni Zumas, is forthcoming in Guernica this May.
Links to the next two tour dates, which are Cleveland, April 23 and Nashville April 27 and 28th.
Sometimes I Wish I Was Your Lover, 24×42, Oil and Acrylic
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