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Ram Dass is the former Harvard professor Richard Alpert who was involved with Timothy Leary in the 1960s exploring the potential of psychedelic drugs. He was given the name Ram Dass, which means servant of God, by his guru, Neem Karoli Baba. He is the author of Be Here Now and other books on the spiritual path.
Joy Franklin lives in Taos, New Mexico and is the editor of Bartholomew’s I Come As a Brother.
Paul Gorman has been a program producer and talk show host with WBAI-FM, Pacifica Radio, in New York City since 1969.
Alfred Gross is the author of a poetry chapbook, Dancing on the Edge (Homunculus Press). He has lived in Eugene, Oregon since 1977, where his poetry, essays, book reviews, stories and journalism have appeared in local publications.
Judy Hogan is a writer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She runs the Carolina Wren Press.
David Koteen, after thirteen years of land-oriented, communal living, now resides on the concrete of Eugene, Oregon, where he writes for a weekly newspaper and wonders “why does all this information about fellow Oregonian Jon Remmerde come via Chapel Hill, North Carolina?”
Faith McLellan lives in High Point, North Carolina. She has worked in hospital emergency rooms for the past seven years.
Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.
Hella Hammid is a photographer who lives in Los Angeles, California.
Howard Jay Rubin