Fiona Bryson

Fiona Bryson is a writer based between Los Angeles and Berlin. She holds an MA from The Department of Liberal Studies at The New School for Social Research, and edited the Poetic Series with Keren Cytter, Sternberg Press (2014). Further, her research interests are in 20th and 21st-century female literature, feminism and gender studies, postwar German literature, and modern and contemporary art.


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