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ARDOR Literary Magazine - Issue Three, September 2013

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CONTRIBUTOR NOTES 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 ISSUE THREE Creative Writing at Vanderbilt University, where he has served as an Ingram Commons Writer in Residence. He is a Fiction Editor and the head Music Editor of Nashville Review. IVY GOODMAN is the author of two collections of short stories, Heart Failure (University of Iowa Press) and A Chapter from Her Upbringing (Carnegie Mellon University Press). Her fiction has appeared twice in Prize Stories: The O. Henry Awards and in many literary magazines, including Washington Square, Witness, Epoch, Ploughshares and The Fiddleback. She lives and writes in Maryland. DAVID ARMSTRONG's story collection, Going Anywhere, recently won Leapfrog Press's Fiction Contest and will be published in fall of 2014. His individual stories have won the Mississippi Review Prize, the New South Writing Contest, Jabberwock Review's Prize for Fiction, and Bear Deluxe Magazine's Doug Fir Fiction Award, among others. His latest stories appear in the The Baltimore Review, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Potomac Review, Mississippi Review, and elsewhere. A PhD candidate in Fiction at UNLV, he's fiction editor of Witness Magazine and recipient of the Black Mountain Institute Fellowship. He lives in Las Vegas with his wife, Melinda, and their dog, Prynne. MATHIEU CAILLER is a Los Angelesbased writer of poetry and prose. A graduate of Vermont College of Fine Arts, his work has been published in numerous literary journals, including The Santa Fe Literary Review, Lost in Thought, Epiphany, and Pithead Chapel. Recently, he was awarded the 2012 Short Story America Prize for Short Fiction. He is a founding board member of the Short Story Writers Association and teaches writing and literature in various capacities. REID DOUGLASS grew up in central Texas. He is currently pursuing an MFA in ARDOR | 100 TOM HOWARD's stories and poems have appeared most recently in Atticus Review, Ampersand Review and Petrichor Machine. He's also the managing editor of a quarterly literary magazine, Northwind. He lives, writes, and watches too much baseball in Arlington, Virginia with his wife. SEAN O'SIADHAIL is a 39 year old Irishman living in the United States since 2007. Before moving to the USA he spent a number of years working on development and human rights issues in Asia. He is married with two children. His fiction has also appeared recently in Specter Magazine and Circa: A Literary Review. ANGELA PALM is a freelance editor, writer, and ghostwriter. Raised in the rural Midwest, Angela now resides in Vermont, where she leads a writing critique group and reading series. Her fiction and nonfiction works appear in Midwestern Gothic, Sundog Lit's Photogene, Prick of the Spindle, Little Fiction, Best of the Burlington Writers Workshop 2013, and elsewhere. She is a nonfiction editor for The Fiddleback, a literary journal. Angela is working on a novel about digital inheritance.

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