About Me

(Please visit updated website: www.hunterliguore.org
Hunter Liguore is an American writer with degrees in history and writing. A long-time naturalist and activist, she has written on a variety of topics that promote compassionate awareness towards the environment, indigenous rights, and endangered species. She was named the 2015 Writer-in-Residence at the Edwin Way Teale Nature Preserve. A two-time Pushcart-Prize nominee, her work has appeared in various publications, including: Orion Magazine, Anthropology and Humanism, Bellevue Literary Review, Irish Times, New Plains Review, Writer's Chronicle, The Writer Magazine, Masters Review, DESCANT, The MacGuffin, Rattling Wall: Pen USA, Writer's Digest Poetry market 2017, and an upcoming wildlife anthology from Ashland Creek Press. Her story, “The Design of One’s Day,” won honorable mention in the Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest, 2015. She is the first place recipient of the 2015 Ethnographic Fiction competition sponsored by the American Anthropological Association. She teaches undergraduate and graduate writing in New England. Her forthcoming novel is represented by Regal Hoffman & Associates in New York. 

She is the editor-in-chief of the literary journal, American Athenaeum, a print literary journal that explores the world of words like a patron explores a museum--by offering a view of the past, right up until the present. We consider this journal to be a museum of artistic endeavors, filled with cultural appreciation and stories that not only teach, but demonstrate the frailty of the human condition. We strive to offer a kaleidoscope of voices, not by publishing the best or most literary, but through providing a diverse web of voices that represents the common person. www.swordandsagapress.com