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Laura Hunter Raised in the Alabama hill country, Laura Hunter now lives outside Northport, Alabama. Her short fiction appears in anthologies Belles’ Letters and Climbing Mt. Cheaha. Her magazine publications include ALALITCOM, Crave Magazine, Explorations, Marrs Field Journal and Birmingham Arts Journal. A nonfiction article will appear in Motif 2: Chance, 2010. She has poetry in Beyond Doggerel and Ordinary and Sacred as Blood. Her writings reflect the perseverance of the downtrodden, those Alabamians who refuse to give up, even against extreme odds.
Longleaf Style Summer 2010
Jennifer Stewart Kornegay has been writing professionally for over 10 years. A graduate of the University of Alabama, she was most recently the editor of Montgomery Living magazine, the monthly city/lifestyle publication in Montgomery, Alabama, a position she held for five years. Her articles have appeared in Southern Lady magazine, Alabama Journey magazine, Southern Living magazine, TIDE magazine, Stratos magazine, the Central Alabama Business Journal, Gulfscapes magazine and The Montgomery Advertiser to name a few. She lives, and writes, in Montgomery, Alabama with her husband, Scott, and her orange cat.
Daniel Phillips is an aspiring Documentary Photographer who offers a window into the life struggles of peoples who are often forgotten or ignored by the US news media. Daniel has lived in South and Central America and has worked in Venezuela, Honduras, Ecuador, Guatemala, Germany, Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Indonesia and others for more than a decade.
Ashley Hawkins Stewart is a native of Gadsden, Alabama. After completing medical school and general surgery residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, she joined Northeast Alabama Surgical Associates in Anniston. She and her husband Mel live in Oxford with their three sons, Jay, Wilson, and Gus. Outside of a very active lifestyle, she is a lifelong lover of art.
Richard Curtin is a General Surgeon practicing in Anniston, Alabama. A native of Washington D.C., he has been an Anniston resident since 1976. His interest in nature photography began in grade school. He has concentrated mainly on bird photography. A recent photograph was selected for the 2010 NANPA Expressions publication. A variety of his photographs are on display at the McClellan Medical Mall.
The Summer 2010 issue of Longleaf