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Rebecca Fisseha is an Ethiopian-Canadian writer. Her novel Daughters of Silence was among Quill & Quire magazine’s Breakout Debuts of 2019 and Margaret Atwood’s selections for gritLIT's Festival's Spotlight Series. Fisseha’s short stories, essays, and articles have appeared in various publications, including the story collection Addis Ababa Noir, and are forthcoming in the Humber Literary Review and Tongues: On Longing and Belonging Through Language. Born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as well as Austria and Switzerland, Fisseha currently lives in Toronto.