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Troy Urquhart is the author of Springtime Sea Bathing (Greying Ghost, 2010). He teaches writing and American literature at Montverde Academy, where he serves as Director of Professional Development.

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Contributors
Amy Bartlow grew up and went to college in the cornfields of IL before moving to Reno, NV, in 1999 with a Rhetoric degree, big ideas, and little else. In 2004, Amy moved to Phoenix, AZ, to follow a non-writing career path at The Arizona Republic. Amy’s interests include hiking, reading, reading while hiking, observing life, and aspiring to find the present moment.

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Eric Dieterle writes and occasionally publishes personal essays about our emotional relationships with landscapes, and he also works as a public affairs coordinator at Northern Arizona University. His life and writing have taken him from Indiana to Washington state, Utah, California, Nevada, Iowa (twice), and Arizona.

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Chris Lutz is currently studying environmental law at The George Washington University School of Law. He holds degrees in environmental science and Africana studies from Vassar College. He is particularly interested in the intersection between culture, economies, and landscape–an interest which has taken him to New York, Vermont, South Dakota, Florida, and now D.C.

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Murali Sivaramakrishnan, poet, artist, and thinker, is currently Professor and Head, Department of English, Pondicherry Central University. He is passionately involved in nature and natural history, especially ornithology. While he is not teaching he is either sketching or indulging in nature photography.

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Founding Editor
Molly Gaudry is the author of the verse novel We Take Me Apart, which has been nominated for the 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry. She is also the editor of the soon-to-be released Tell: An Anthology of Expository Narrative, co-founding editor of Twelve Stories, and she runs Cow Heavy Books. Additionally, as an infrequent contributor but huge supporter, she recommends you visit the arts and culture site Big Other. And, lately, she’s all about this.

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Associate Editor, 2011
Kathleen Kraft received her MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Madison Review, Anderbo, The Prose Poem Project, Foundling Review, Pirene’s Fountain, and Mason’s Road. Her poems have been recently nominated for the 2012 Pushcart Prize and the Sundress Best of the Net 2010 Anthology. She lives with her fiance in Jersey City, New Jersey, where she teaches creative movement.

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