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Cinthia Ritchie is an Alaskan writer, ultra-runner and three-time Pushcart Prize nominee who splits her time between Anchorage, Alaska and Tucson. She’s recipient of fellowships at Hedgebrook, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, Hidden River Arts, Rasmuson Foundation Individual Artist Award, Connie Boochever Fellowship and a 2013 Best American Essay notable mention. Her work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Evening Street Review, Sport Literate, Rattle, Best American Sports Writing, Mary, Into the Void, Clementine Unbound, Deaf Poets Society, Forgotten Women anthology, Nasty Women anthology, Gyroscope Review, The Hunger, Bosque Literary Journal and others. Her first novel "Dolls Behaving Badly" was published by Hachette Book Group.