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ARDOR Literary Magazine - Issue One, Jan. 2013

Issue One, Published January 2013

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CONTRIBUTOR NOTES Connect with our writers and artists through social media or send our contributors an email to let them know you enjoyed their work! Contributor names serve as links to their work within the issue. FICTION MEAGAN CASS's fiction has recently appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review, The Pinch, Grist, and Hobart Web, among others. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Illinois Springfield, and works as an Assistant Editor for Sundress Publications. ANDREW DUTTON received a MFA from the Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas at Austin where he was Fiction Co-Editor of Bat City Review. He lives now in Madison, Wisconsin, where he is working on a novel. NONFICTION HEATHER PRICE-WRIGHT holds a B.A. in creative writing with an emphasis in nonfiction from the University of Arizona. An Arizonan until recently and at heart, she has relocated to Brooklyn. This is her first publication. ANASTASIA SELBY lives in Syracuse, New York, where she is studying English at Syracuse University. Her work has been published in the Red River Review and The New Ohio Review. SEAN FINUCANE TONER's creative nonfiction has found homes in Brevity, Hippocampus, The MacGuffin, Opium, Apiary, Referential, The Monarch Review (forthcoming), Word Riot, Perigee, Writers on the Job, Philadelphia Stories and "The Book of Worst Meals," as well as at a Literary Death Match at the World Cafe in Philadelphia. Sean has been sightless since 1995. POETRY PHILLIP BARRON has taught philosophy at the University of North Carolina and now teaches poetry and digital humanities at the University of California, Davis. He is a member of the Squaw Valley Community of Writers. ELLEN WADE BEALS, trained as a journalist, writes poetry and prose. Her work has appeared in literary magazines, in anthologies and on the web in the U.S. and in Ireland. In 1999 her short story, "Picking" was awarded Willow Springs' Fiction Prize and her poetry has placed in local contests in Illinois. She is the editor and publisher of "Solace in So Many Words" (Weighed Words LLC, an imprint of Hourglass Books). JOHN S. BLAKE has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has been published by Two Bridges Review, Red Fez, Naugatuck River Review of Narrative Poetry, BeyondRaceMag, InTheFray Magazine, Malpais Review, Criminal Class Press, and Urban Views Weekly. He currently cocurates a reading series in Richmond, Virginia where he also teaches poetry in the public school system. His first full collection of poetry, Beautifully Flawed (Urban Pub., NYC), is available now. NANCY DOBSON's poetry has won several awards, including an Academy of American Poets Prize. Her work has been published in a variety of publications including The Sun Magazine, Noyo River Review and Evening (cont. next page)

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