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Victoria Elisabeth Garcia

Victoria Elisabeth Garcia was born in the San Luis Valley, the decendant of gunslingers and German aristocrats. She attended Simon's Rock College and the University of California at Irvine. Sometime during that part of her education, she may have managed to be hip for as many as thirty-six hours. In law school, at the University of Colorado, she was paid to summarize both the tort law of Papua, New Guinea, and Madonna's unauthorized bigoraphy.

Now a resident of Portland, Oregon, she works as an AmeriCorps member-attorney, representing Native American survivors of domestic violence. In her off time, she crafts incendiary tracts with the Portland Surrealist Group, and fusses over other people's dogs with her husband, author John Aegard. This is her first published story.

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