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Contributors

October 1988

Writers

Neena Beber studies playwriting at New York University.

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Stephen T. Butterfield, a Buddhist poet and English professor, lives and dies — mostly in Shrewsbury, Vermont.

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Lou Lipsitz is a poet and father who lives in Chapel Hill. He is reputed to have suffered several wounds; how deep these are no one can say.

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Cal Massey has been writing short fiction the last four years, “conditioning my body to less and less sleep with each 2 a.m. that passes awake.” By day, he’s a media relations manager for an ITT company in Palm Coast, Florida.

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D. Patrick Miller says that in the Enneagram system of personality, he appears to be type One: The Perfectionist. Helen Palmer has written that Perfectionists have a “tendency to listen to their righteous internal commentary as if it had its origin in some higher plane of existence.”

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Sy Safransky is the editor of The Sun.

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Deborah Shouse had an essay accepted by Good Housekeeping. “Does that mean that I have to clean up my kitchen?” she asked the editor, who didn’t laugh.

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Jack Underhill is the editor of Life Times, published quarterly in Santa Barbara, California.

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On The Cover

T.J. Judd is a woodworker and photographer who lives in Danbury, Connecticut.

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