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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.”
David C. Childers practices law and writes poetry in Mt. Holly, North Carolina.
Morris Earle, Jr. is chief resident in pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Hospital in Worcester.
Richard Grossinger is an anthropologist, writer, and publisher (North Atlantic Books). He lives in Berkeley, California.
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.”
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.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
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.
Katherine Vaz is a writer who lives in Los Angeles, California.
Susie Forrester lives in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.