Raquel Dionísio Abrantes is a writer from Portugal. She has a Bachelor's Degree and a Master’s Degree in Cinema from Universidade da Beira Interior. Raquel gave a Master Class in Writing of Scripts about Narrative Structure. Her writing has been published by Write or Die Tribe, Better Than Starbucks, New Hand Lab, The Fictional Café, and Black Flowers, among others. She writes for Read Poetry and O Cipreste. More about her work can be found on Instagram, @woodland.poem.
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