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Contributors

April 1986

Writers

Douglas Anderson is the editor of Bread and Butter Press in Denver, Colorado. Among his own books are The One Real Poem Is Life (Braziller) and My Sister Looks Like A Pear (Hart).

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Reid Champagne lives in upstate New York, where there are nine months of winter and three months of bad skiing.

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Mark Greenside teaches creative writing and US. history at Vista College in Berkeley, California. He’s on the editorial board of Across The Generations, an “intergenerational literary journal,” and is active in union politics. He lives in Oakland, California.

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Richard Grossinger

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Lindy Hough

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Ed Ingebretsen is a priest of the Society of Jesus. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where he’s active in parish and adult education work. He’s also doing doctorate work in American literature, studying the religious context of Robert Frost’s poetry.

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Sy Safransky

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Brother David Steindl-Rast is a Benedictine monk who lives in the Benedictine Grange in West Redding, Connecticut. He’s the author of Gratefulness: The Heart of Prayer and A Listening Heart: The Art of Contemplative Living.

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