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Contributors

October 1985

Writers

Robert Bly is one of America’s foremost poets. He won the National Book Award for The Light Around The Body and is presently at work on The Wild Man And Other Stories For Men, an interpretation of fairy tales as they relate to masculine development. He lives in Moose Lake, Minnesota

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Alan Brilliant likes getting arrested for civil disobedience but he doesn’t like the charges to be dropped because then he doesn’t get to go to jail. He lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he runs the Unicorn Press.

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Jon Carroll is a daily columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, the former editor of New West, and a contributor to many national magazines.

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Adam Fisher lives in New York City and has been a student of Zen since 1970.

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James Grabill lives in Fort Collins, Colorado. His poetry has appeared in East-West Journal and other magazines.

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David M. Guy

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DAVID Hallstrom migrated to San Francisco from Philadelphia in the late Sixties, tended bar, was service manager for a corporation, and now works as a piano repairman and finisher.

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Erica Jong

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D. Patrick Miller

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Sy Safransky

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Pat Ellis Taylor works and plays in Texas.

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Thomas Wiloch lives in Westland, Michigan. His book of prose poems, Stigmata Junction, will be published soon by Stride Publications in England.

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On The Cover

Hella Hammid

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