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Contributors

March 1988

Writers

Stephen T. Butterfield lives and writes in the hills of Shrewsbury, Vermont. He would like to befriend “a cantankerous, eccentric, one-eyed burro who walks at a snail’s pace and appreciates Irish music.”

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David C. Childers practices law and writes poetry in Mt. Holly, North Carolina.

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Morris Earle, Jr. is chief resident in pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Hospital in Worcester.

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Richard Grossinger is an anthropologist, writer, and publisher (North Atlantic Books). He lives in Berkeley, California.

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Lou Lipsitz doesn’t know if he is “a poet, a novelist-in-training, a future clinician, a lifelong disappointed lover, a middle-aged man with the usual symptoms, or an increasing bore.”

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D. Patrick Miller lives in Berkeley, California, where he publishes Presumptions: A Letter at Large. For a sample, send $1 to Presumptions, 1442A Walnut Street #48, Berkeley, CA 94709.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Deborah Shouse is a writer who lives in Leawood, Kansas. She says that “someone brave” in New York is trying to sell her collection of short stories, White Bread Love.

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Katherine Vaz is a writer who lives in Los Angeles, California.

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On The Cover

Susie Forrester lives in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

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