Anna Joy Springer
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Anna Joy Springer is an American author, visual artist, and Associate Professor of Writing at University of California, San Diego. Characterized as an "ex-punk Buddhist dyke writer of cross-genre works", she is known for her work in experimental literature,  including the books The Vicious Red Relic, Love (2011) and The Birdwisher (2009). Previously, she was a punk singer for the Bay Area bands Blatz, The G'rups, and Cypher in the Snow and has toured with the feminist spoken-word collective Sister Spit.
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