Hunter Liguore

Liguore hunterHunter Liguore, a multi-Pushcart Prize nominee, earned a MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University and a BA in History. Her work has appeared in Bellevue Literary Review, The Master’s Review, New Plains Review, The Irish Pages, Empirical Magazine, DESCANT, The MacGuffin, Rio Grande Review, Spark: A Creative Anthology, Rattling Wall: PEN USA, Strange Horizons, Amazing Stories, and many more.

Hunter Liguore is an award-winning author, whose writing seeks to create a dialogue that promotes understanding our shared humanity. Her work has appeared in over a hundred publications, internationally. Her eco-novella, L’ultimo Polare Orso, has been translated and published in Italy.


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