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Contributors

April 1988

Writers

Colleen Anderson is a writer and graphic designer who lives in Charleston, West Virginia.

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James Carlos Blake lives in Florida and Texas. He’s at work on a novella about the Mexican Revolution.

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Dana Branscum is the assistant editor of The Sun. Though she prefers to write, she’s currently trying to develop conversation skills.

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Ronald Butler is an actor, dancer, and writer who lives in Washington, D.C.

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Judy Katz-Levine’s most recent book of poetry is Tending (Firefly Press). Her work has appeared in Imagine: International Chicano Poetry Journal, Sub Rosa, and The Creative Woman. She lives in Roslindale, Massachusetts.

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Earl C. Pike lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has published poetry and fiction locally and nationally, and is currently Outreach Educator with the Minnesota AIDS Project.

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Sy Safransky

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Sparrow lives in Brooklyn with his parents. “I’m working, my parents are working, we’re all working. I come home and listen to the Smiths, drink some grape juice, and go to sleep, and then they do the same, except for listening to the Smiths and drinking grape juice.”

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Michael Ventura is a columnist for the L.A. Weekly, and the author of Shadow Dancing in the USA (Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc.). He lives in Los Angeles, California.

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On The Cover

Kay Danielson is a photographer and writer who lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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