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Contributors

June 1988

Writers

John Addiego teaches at an alternative school for migrant farm workers in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

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Kim Addonizio teaches creative writing at Vista College in Berkeley, California, and composition at San Francisco State College. Her story in this issue is dedicated to the memory of the real Stella and to Kim’s mother, Pauline.

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Dana Branscum is the assistant editor of The Sun.

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Stephen T. Butterfield is an English teacher and meditation instructor who lives in Shrewsbury, Vermont.

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Jack Evans has had poems in Gryphon, On The Edge, and Thirteen. He runs a used record store in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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David Guy is the author of three novels — Football Dreams, The Man Who Loved Dirty Books, and Second Brother. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.

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Cedar Koons writes poetry and fiction. She lives on a small farm near Timberlake, North Carolina.

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Linda Lancione Moyer is a writer and teacher in Berkeley, California. She is currently working on a play.

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Sy Safransky has moved from the front step to the back.

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Kay Levine Spencer lives in California’s Santa Cruz mountains with her husband. With their four hands, they’re building a house. Last fall, she won a prize in Stand magazine’s international fiction contest.

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John Welwood is a psychotherapist and a professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, California. He’s the author of Awakening The Heart: East/West Approaches To Psychotherapy And The Healing Relationship and Challenge Of The Heart: Love, Sex, And Intimacy In Changing Times.

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On The Cover

Robert Amberg is a freelance photographer and writer who lives in Marshall, North Carolina.

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