Hunter Liguore

Author's Bio

Life motto is “respect for differences.” Her writing seeks to create a dialogue that promotes understanding our shared humanity, as an alternative to discrimination and hate. ------------------------------------------------- (Ms.) Hunter Liguore is an Assistant Professor of Writing at Western Connecticut State University, and teaches social justice for writers in the MFA writing program at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. A three-time Pushcart-Prize nominee (including 2017), her work has appeared in over a hundred publications, internationally, including: Spirituality & Health Magazine, Orion Magazine, The Mindfulness Bell, Anthropology and Humanism, Irish Times, Bellevue Literary Review, The Writer Magazine, Great Plains Quarterly, Among Animals 2 and more. She's taught workshops and worked with writers from all over the world, including NY PEN Prison Writers, the homeless, veterans, LQBTQIA, among others. Interview at Ashland Creek Press: NF @ Spirituality & Health Magazine: F @ The Master's Review: Craft @ The Writer Magazine: Scholarly @ Great Plains Quarterly:

Publications and Prizes

Battle Runes: Writings on War
(Editions Bibliotekos, Inc., 2011)
Bellevue Literary Review, Mason's Road, Rio Grande Review, Strange Horizons, The MacGuffin

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Last updated: Jul 21, 2017