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Contributors

June 1984

Writers

David Citino lives in Marion, Ohio. He is the author of Last Rites and Other Poems (Ohio State University Press) and the Appassionata Poems (Cleveland State).

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Francesca Hampton lives in Santa Cruz, California, where she’s working on a historical novel about Tibet.

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Howard Jay Rubin is a freelance writer who lives in Durham, North Carolina.

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Sy Safransky

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Sparrow lives in northern Manhattan, sleeps on the floor, has a broken bicycle and recently sang with a punk band called The Altar Boys. He writes, “A good band, I think, may be in your area, from Athens, Georgia, called Oh OK, a kind of feminine surf rock operation. They write about domestic dilemmas, wear pink dresses and their most quotable lyric (about hairdos) is, ‘It’s a permanent/It won’t last forever.’”

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Pat Ellis Taylor is a writer who lives in Austin, Texas. With her husband, Chuck Taylor, she runs the Paperbacks Plus bookstore.

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Various

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On The Cover

Jerome Rubin is Howard Jay’s father. He is a photographer and advertising executive who lives in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

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