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ARDOR Literary Magazine - Issue One, Jan. 2013

Issue One, Published January 2013

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CONTRIBUTOR NOTES POETRY (Cont.) NANCY DOBSON(cont.) Street Review. Dobson lives and teaches in Northern California. NIDHI ZAKARIA EIPE grew up writing her way through the Middle East, South Asia, North America and Western Europe. Her essays and features have appeared in such places as T Qatar: The New York Times Style Magazine, TED, REORIENT, Dissident Voice and Culture Unplugged. Her fiction and poetry have been published/are forthcoming in diverse literary journals including Acorn, B O D Y, StepAway Magazine and the Foreign Encounters Anthology 2012. She lives, for the moment, in Doha, Qatar. HOWIE GOOD, a journalism professor at SUNY New Paltz, is the author of five poetry collections, most recently Dreaming in Red from Right Hand Pointing and Cryptic Endearments from Knives Forks & Spoons Press. He has four chapbooks forthcoming, Fog Area from Dog on a Chain Press, The Death of Me from Pig Ear Press, Living Is the Spin Cycle from Red Bird Chapbooks, and Strange Roads from Puddle of Sky Press. PETER MCNAMARA's poetry has appeared in numerous journals, and is gathered in four collections, most recently 'Sojourn.' He collaborated as lyricist/librettist with composer Dean X Johnson on East River Bridge, an opera performed for the Brooklyn Bridge Centennial, and Anthem of Love and Hope, a choral ode to AIDS sufferers, and has translated poetry from Neruda, Garcia Lorca, and Castellon. A founder of the Southern Vermont Poetry Co-Op, McNamara has served as a Ronald H. Bayes Writer-in-Residence, and is a recipient of the Newcomb Prize, Merilh Medal, and grants from the Florida Arts Council. LAURELYN WHITT's poems have appeared in various journals in Canada and the United States, including Nimrod International, The Tampa Review, Puerto Del Sol, The Malahat Review, PRISM International, Rattle, Descant and The Fiddlehead. Her first book, 'Interstices' (Logan House Press), won the Holland Prize. Her new book, 'Tether,' will be published by Seraphim Editions (Woodstock, Ontario) in 2013. She lives in Minnedosa, Manitoba. DAVID ZAZA's writing has appeared in The Quarterly, dialogue, and Coracle. He has produced two puppet plays in collaboration with visual artist Mark Fox. He lives in New York, where he's a partner in a small graphic design studio that produces arts publications. ARTWORK ELEANOR LEONNE BENNETT is a sixteen year old internationally award-winning photographer and artist who has won first places with National Geographic, The World Photography Organization, Nature's Best Photography, Papworth Trust, Mencap, The Woodland Trust and Postal Heritage. Her photography has been published in the Telegraph, The Guardian, BBC News Website and on the cover of books and magazines in the United States and Canada. Her art is globally exhibited. RACHEL CARBONELL is an artist, writer and educator in Brooklyn, NY. She cannot remember a time when she didn't make art. Rachel's art represents a convergence of extended, internalized formal training and intense personal creativity and spontaneity. She sees her art as a necessary outlet for her creative and intellectual energies; as such, her work tends to be very primal, emotional and vibrant. Her art veers toward the abstract but is concerned with the interaction of organic experience and emotions with commodified, mechanized culture. Rachel has been published in The Common Voice, Prick of The Spindle, shuf (cont.)

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