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Hyperallergic Weekend Editorial Collective
|Lyra Kilston (LA)||An Xiao (LA & Kumpala)|
|Philip Hartigan (Chicago)|
|Claire Breukel (Miami & NYC)|
Brendan C. Carroll
Carren Jao (LA)
Carolina A. Miranda (LA)
Mark Sheerin (Brighton, UK)
|Ben Valentine (Berkeley, CA)|
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