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  • Trista Hurley-Waxali found a taste for cucumber martinis while in LA and had to give that up as she was unable to renew her US visa. She's Black from her father's side (Trinidadian) and Brown from her mother's side (Indian), and together they immigrated from Trinidad to Canada in search of a better life. With movement in her blood she kept her bags packed and found a spot in Aix-en-Provence, where she writes weird short stories.

A young Black woman leans against a wall, the word KING on the tiles. She is holding a to go cup of coffee.
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Trista is making a funny kissy face, a glass of wine on the table in front of her, trees in the background
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