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Contributors

November 1989

Writers

Ralph Earle lives in Pittsboro, North Carolina, where he is currently writing his first novel.

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Kenneth Klonsky is a playwright, freelance writer, and teacher living in Toronto, Canada. His play, “Taking Steam,” has been produced by the Jewish Repertory Theatre of New York.

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Candace Perry is a writer, activist, and psychotherapist, who lives year-round on Cape Cod with her husband and their two sons. Her first play, “Keepers,” was produced this year by the Provincetown Theatre Company.

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Larry K. Richman teaches literature and writing at Virginia Highlands Community College in Abingdon, Virginia. He is co-editor of The Sow’s Ear, a poetry quarterly.

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Jean Rukkila lives in Tucson, Arizona, where she is writing a collection of essays about her five seasons on a fire lookout. She also visits schools as an artist-in-education for the Arizona Commission on the Arts.

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Verna Safran is a poet living in Brooklyn, New York. Her poems have appeared in several publications, and she has a book of poetry called Womanstages.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Kay Levine Spencer lives and writes in the mountains of northern California.

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Thomas Wiloch lives in Canton, Michigan. His book, Tales of Lord Shantih, has recently been published by Unicorn Press (P.O. Box 3307, Greensboro, NC 27402).

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On The Cover

Robert Llewellyn is a photographer who lives in Charlottesville, Virginia. He loves his work, which helps him keep his eyes open and see with a fresh perspective.

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