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Contributors

December 1990

Writers

Dan Barker lives in Portland, Oregon. He runs the Home Gardening Project and is a textile artist, working with metallic threads and satins in his “American Tanka” series, based upon ancient Tibetan art.

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Mark David DeBolt is a writer in Piqua, Ohio.

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Tom Hansen teaches at Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota. His work appears in Anima, Prairie Schooner, and New Letters Review of Books.

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Myra McLarey teaches in Harvard’s Expository Writing Program. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Josip Novakovich teaches at Nebraska Indian Community College in Santee, Nebraska. A collection of his short stories, Salvation and Other Disasters, will be published by Paris Review Editions.

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Cat Saunders is a therapist in private practice in Seattle, Washington. She is a columnist for Inner Woman and a regular contributor to The New Times, where portions of her interview with Ram Dass previously appeared.

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Sparrow says he’s no longer shy, but apparently writes as if he’s shy, “because when I meet people who know me from my writing, they seem appalled that I never stop talking.”

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On The Cover

John Kay is a poet, photographer, and teacher living in Germany with his wife Susan, and Maggie, an aging Airedale. (Susan is the woman in the leaves on the cover.)

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