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Sonya Vatomsky is a Russian American non-binary artist with too many feelings on the inside and too much cat hair on the outside. They are a staff writer at Haute Macabre, where they've covered everything from literature to music to dinnerware made out of human ashes, as well as the author of Salt Is For Curing (Sator Press, 2015). Get in touch by saying their name five times in front of a bathroom mirror or at sonyavatomsky.com. Headshot credit: Nima Forghani
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