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Anna Keller

Anna Miriam Keller is a Brooklyn based writer, poet and activist. Educated at an orthodox Yeshiva at an early age and asked to leave in the middle of the fifth grade, Anna has spent much of her life writing about and laughing at those stories.
“Wherever men and women are persecuted because of their race, religion, or political views, that place must—at that moment—become the center of the universe.” —Elie Wiesel At the center of the universe my one-year-old daughter is a target: Russian, Hungarian, Mexican, Jewish, and Catholic, she holds the history of both poverty and escape. She was born with legs that have the will to fly. Who knew she might actually have to use them? Rebellious, angst-ridden, and...