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May 1976

Writers

Jeffery Beame

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Joe Blankenship wrote his poem, “The Trucker,” while working for a tractor-trailer-wrecker service two years ago. He drove the Washington-Richmond-Orlando run, retrieving broken-down tractors, and says the poem is “a result of having stepped in and out of a whole life there quickly enough that the experience is clear and yet dream-like.”

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Judy Bratten

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C.B. Clark lives in the woods in Chatham County.

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Leaf Diamant

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Rick Doble

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Robert Donnan is washing dishes at Aurora, where nothing tempts him.

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William Gaither

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Karl Grossman

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Gray Jacobik is a poet from Washington, D.C.

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Jainindriya

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Ted Marsh is a new, and vocal, subscriber from New York City.

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Stephen Martin

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Mike Mathers

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Michael D. Rigsby’s poem, “Three Definitions of the Milky Way,” is the title piece in a new collection of his work to be published this month by the Carolina Wren Press.

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Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.

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Dave Searles, WDBS’s Doctor Dave, is a broadcasting and advertising consultant and the author of The Triangle Total FM Guide.

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Dee Dee Small is an occasional English major at UNC in Chapel Hill and lives on a farm in Durham County “with a good friend, assorted animals, and lots and lots of space.”

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Little Soapy

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Hugh Walthall

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Richard Williams

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Runyon Woods

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On The Cover

Marty Tatum

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