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LISA G. BAUER is an American born artist who currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Bauer uses themes from her own experiences to depict memories that have been of significance in her life. These subjects merge her past and present together as symbols. Her work is currently up on www.lisagbauer.tumblr.com and she can be reached at lisagraceannbauer@gmail.com. JANÈE J BAUGHER currently lives in Seattle and holds an MFA from Eastern Washington University. #Her poetry has been adapted for dance and set to music at University of Cincinnati, Interlochen Center for the Arts, and Dance Now! Ensemble (FL).# Baugher is the author of Coördinates of Yes (Ahadada Books). JEFFERY BERG#received#an MFA from New York University. #His work has recently appeared in#Harpur Palate,#MiPOesias,#Ozone Park Journal,#Gay & Lesbian Review,##Inertia Magazine, and#Softblow.#He#lives in New York and edits poetry for#Mary – A Literary Quarterly#and the online journal#Clementine. ALEX BROWNE is a University of Windsor Visual Arts graduate who now applies himself as a photographer. Born and raised in Toronto, he has worked with numerous clients throughout Canada representing different businesses, magazines, musicians, and promotional companies. His scrupulous use of lighting, colour, and raw finishing techniques are very distinguishable, and that's why he is now a part of the Burner team. www.alexbrowne.ca BEN E. CAMPBELL grew up on a heavy dose of 70s folk singers and 80s metal bands. Although bluegrass and country dominate the airwaves of his native Appalachia, his tastes in music remain eclectic. He loves to lose himself in Pearl Jam, the Drive-by Truckers, and especially Neil Young. IONE CITRIN is one of the most dedicated artists of our day, painting, sculpting and mixing media with delightful abandon. She turns out piece after piece, and the work has a purity of expression that is rare in an artist that is as eclectic as herself. HALEY CULLINGHAM is a journalist, writer, and travel junkie from Toronto, Ontario, who spends her more legitimate hours at the office as Associate Editor of SheDoesTheCity.com, and her less legitimate ones surrounded by highway signs, beat-up paperbacks, novelty items, vegetarian food, intrepid schemes, and general chaos.

JASON DEARY always wanted to be in a band. When he was a kid, all his friends could play guitar. He#tried.#Now those friends are in bands and he draw pictures for them (cuz he still can’t play anything to save his life). Doing illustrations for bands has allowed him access to the music from more of an inside perspective.#Doing illustration work is a blast.##Jason#thinks that way too often artists can get caught up with an overly serious self righteous attitude. When you’re drawing skulls with fast paced punk tunes blaring, it's hard not to have a good time.## BRYEN DUNN is a freelance journalist with a focus on travel, entertainment,lifestyle, and community concerns. He’s also an event promoter, deejay selector, and keen follower of the local and international music scenes. Having contributed to several local, regional, and international publications, he’s always willing to take on assignments of interest, discover the unknown, and attend parties with free booze. www.bryendunn.com TAYLOR EAGAN lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.# KURT COLE EIDSVIG’s poetry has appeared in journals like Hanging Loose, Slipstream, Main Street Rag, BigREDandShiny, Borderlands, and others. He is a visual artist and poet who lives and works in the Fort Point Arts Community in Boston, Mass. ANDREW FISH grew up in a Vermont print shop and received his formal training in New York City as an artist assistant and art gallery employee. He attended School of Visual Arts in the 1990’s and worked as a Resident Assistant at the Governor’s Institute on the Arts in VT. He currently lives in Somerville MA where he exhibits and sells work regularly. Visit www.wanderingfisheye.com For now, JAMEY GALLAGHER lives in New Jersey. GAIL GHAI is a poet and high school English teacher. Her work has appeared in Descant, JAMA, Kaliope, Poet Works, Shenandoah and the Yearbook of American Poetry. Ms. Ghai’s awards include a Pushcart Prize nomination, a Henry C. Frick scholarship for creative teaching and a citation from the State of Pennsylvania for her writing workshops with mentally challenged adults. She is the author of three chapbooks of poetry & a Color Thesaurus poster, “Painted Words” @ www.artpoetica.com

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On March 1, 2011, Burner Magazine is excited to unveil Burner 03: The Music Issue, with editorials and features of Yoko Ono, Saul Williams,...

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