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Terri Muuss

Terri MuusTerri Muuss is a poet, writer and performer. Her poetry/prose one-woman show, Anatomy of a Doll, received grants from New York Foundation for the Arts and Poets and Writers and was named "Best Theatre: Critics' Pick of the Week" by the New York Daily News; it has been performed throughout the US and Canada since 1998. Terri's poetry has appeared in Bolts of Silk, Long Island Quarterly, Red River Review, JB Stillwater, and Whispers and Shouts and she was the co-producer and host of the monthly Manhattan poetry series Poetry at the Pulse for two years.

As a licensed social worker, Muuss specializes in the use of the arts as a healing mechanism for trauma survivors and teaches a course at Rutgers University to social workers entitled Youth Development Through the Written Arts. Terri is also an actor, director, motivational speaker, and life coach who specializes in group work and addiction/abuse counseling. She currently lives on Long Island with her husband, writer Matt Pasca, and her two ginger-haired boys, Rainer and Atticus. Over Exposed is her first book. To contact for readings, keynotes, or performances: www.terrimuuss.com.

Over Exposed Grabbing the Apple