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Contributors

January 1989

Writers

Coleman Barks teaches poetry at the University of Georgia.

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Yaël Bethiem lives in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Though bedridden, she teaches Re-Evaluation Counseling and leads support groups for survivors of child abuse.

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Beth Bosk is the editor of New Settler Interview. She lives in Mendocino, California.

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Louis Jenkins is the author of An Almost Human Gesture (Eighties/Ally Press). He lives in Duluth, Minnesota.

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David Koteen lives in Eugene, Oregon. He writes: “I’m slow to move. Job, zero. What Ph.D. program would even consider me? Too much to risk. 11:30 a.m. I’m bare out of bed. This day hasn’t got a chance to change. My interview for a male go-go dancer promised, didn’t deliver. Little flabby, fella. Nice thought, though.”

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John Moyne is a Persian scholar and professor of linguistics at the City University of New York.

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Polly Nicole Passonneau, formerly an assistant district attorney in Brooklyn, New York, lives, writes, and practices law in New York City.

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Jalaluddin Rumi was a thirteenth-century poet and Sufi mystic.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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On The Cover

Jay Champagne is a photographer who lives in Chalmette, Louisiana.

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