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JESSE GOOLSBY’s work has been published widely, including recent pieces in Epoch, The Literary Review, Booth, and Harpur Palate. #He was raised in Chester, California, and currently lives/teaches in Colorado. He serves as Fiction Editor at the international journal War, Literature & the Arts. #You can follow Jesse at jessegoolsby.blogspot.com CHRISTOPHER GREEN currently lives and works in Cincinnati. He earned his MA in literature from the University of Toledo, and plans to continue on at an MFA program--somewhere warmer, preferably. In addition to Burner he has been published in#The MacGuffin, the deadline, and ken*again. He maintains a website at http:// chrisrgreen.wordpress.com. ANDREW HAMMERAND is a photographic artist born in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Andrew received his BFA in fine art photography from Arizona State University in 2008 and currently lives and works in Mesa, Arizona. His work has been exhibited in various juried and group exhibitions, and most recently he was a cocurator of the traveling exhibition, "South Phoenix through the Eyes of Youth". JEREMY HANSON-FINGER#is co-editor of Dragnet Magazine (dragnetmag.net). He is working on a collection of short stories, entitled Airplanes and Bad Things Happening to Women. Let it be known, however, that he#likes#women and doesn’t want bad things to happen to them. You can visit his website#at hansonfinger.tumblr.com SARA HAROWITZ#is a Ryerson#journalism student#who dreams being a feature writer. She#hopes to#write about#real people and the experiences that connect us, that make us human. Above all she believes in the power of raw emotion and its importance in getting all you can out of life. Her work has previously appeared in such publications as Off The Map, Sticky Magazine and andPOP. She's thrilled to add Burner to the list and be able to call herself a Burner Babe. You can find her on Twitter as @sarowitz. CONNIE HUNT is a student of social and consumer behavior, a voyeur of all things cultural.# Rarely found without her iPod and headphones, she uses her passion for music as the backdrop to visual innovation. #Connie resides in New York City where she enjoys practicing yoga, eating great food and tearing up the dance floor.

MAI ISMAIL is a young artist from Toronto. His use of both traditional and digital tools gives his work a modern yet traditional feel. Having traveled Mai has learned many things from different cultures and hopes to share his work with the world. ILEANA JOHNSON is a young AfricanAmerican, Philadelphia artist who believes in innovation and avant-garde ideals.# Ileana Marie is a portraitist who works with wood as well as traditional art media. She believes that Art that does not take a risk is art that will not evolve or inspire the next artist! DAVID K is a native New Mexican artist working primarily in print and photography, and an art historian concentrating on the avant garde in Central and Eastern Europe. He was recently included in Taipei and Berlin exhibitions curated by the N.S.K. group IRWIN. He currently lives and works in New England. MARY KANE is a full-time marketing manager and part-time MFA student in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Although in “Places” she mourns a lost love while borrowing lyrics from Patty Griffin, this year is full of new love and music for Mary. Her work has appeared in Murphy Square and Kaleidoscope. ERREN GERAUD KELLY has never dated kim kardashian, nor has he ever performed on american idol. he is rhythmically challenged. he also lost his swag, but still has the box it came in. he thinks milfs and cougars are fun. he wanted to list his publications, but lindsay lohan stole them.... ALAN KING’s poems have appeared in Alehouse, Audience, Boxcar Poetry Review, Indiana Review, MiPoesias and RATTLE, among others. A Cave Canem fellow and VONA Alum, he’s been nominated for both a Best of the Net selection and Pushcart Prize. His first collection of poems, Drift, will be published in 2012 by Willow Books. When he’s not reporting or sending poems to journals, you can find King chasing the muse through Washington, D.C. — people watching with his boys and laughing at the crazy things strangers say to get close to one another. NAOMI KRUPITSKY is a student at New York University, where she spends most of her time reading, writing, thinking about reading and writing, and talking about reading and writing.

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Burner Magazine: The MUSIC Issue  

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

Burner Magazine: The MUSIC Issue  

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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