Raina Masters is a poet from New Jersey who lives off of coffee and music. She is a professional daydreamer and gets lost in the piles of books in her house. She is also a fan of fall and winter, hot apple cider and quiet walks in the cold. You can find her in Chantarelle's Notebook, Work to a calm, Thick With Conviction and a few others.
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