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Contributors

March 1991

Writers

Robert Bordiga writes stories and screenplays, and has worked in the film industry for twenty years as a production manager and producer. He lives in New York City.

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Myra Epping lives in Springfield, Illinois, with her husband and two daughters.

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Jake Gaskins is a native of Greenville, North Carolina. He directs the Writing Center at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

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Beth Houston teaches creative writing at San Francisco State University. She has work forthcoming in California Quarterly, Feminist Studies, Kansas Quarterly, and South Carolina Review.

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David Lenfest is a writer who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His latest project is a book on work addiction. He has had previous incarnations, he says, as an English professor and a filmmaker.

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Haniel Long was an American poet, novelist, publisher, and academic. Published in 1936, Interlinear to Cabeza de Vaca is considered Long’s best statement of his beliefs on man’s place in the world.

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Nicholas A. Patricca, a poet and playwright, just returned from Bulgaria and Italy where he gave readings of his performance poetry. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.

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Candace Perry is a forty-three-year-old writer, psychotherapist, mother, and activist who is still trying to figure out the many matters of the heart.

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Sy Safransky is the editor of The Sun.

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Michael Wade Simpson lives in Newburyport, Massachusetts. He has worked as a singer, dancer, copywriter, waiter, and aerobics instructor. His stories have appeared in South Carolina Review, West Branch, and Western Humanities Review.

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On The Cover

William Morgan teaches architectural history at the University of Louisville and is the former architecture critic of the Courier-Journal. He is the author of Louisville: Architecture and the Urban Environment. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

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