Viola Lee graduated from New York University with a MFA in Creative Writing. She is currently working as an arts administrator for a not-for-profit jobs training program for youth in the city of Chicago. She is also working on a manuscript of poems; she has published poems in 580 Split, Phoebe, After Hours, Iris, and Six by Five. She currently lives in Chicago with her husband.
Viola Lee’s “conversation with the color of salt” and “conversation with the water in the pond” appear in Caketrain Issue 04.
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