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Contributors

April 1992

Writers

Antler is the author of Last Words (Ballantine) and the recently completed Ever-Expanding Wilderness. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Auntie Barba writes that she “emerged from the head of Barbara S.F. Davis at Sunday brunch one year ago.” Davis lives in Santa Cruz, California, where she surprises herself with success in telemarketing.

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Jake Gaskins teaches college composition in Missouri. His memoir, “Instrument Of The Immortals,” appeared in Issue 184.

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Judy Katz-Levine is the editor of Noctiluca, an international magazine of poetry. She lives in Norwood, Massachusetts.

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Gillian Kendall writes that she has “traveled a thin line around the world, and lived in four countries, but has recently settled in Athens, Ohio, to read a thousand years of literature. A Ph.D. may result.”

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Manfred Miethe overcame his fear of water during the six years he spent in Hawaii. He lives in Munich, Germany, where he is an editor at Connection magazine.

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Robyn Oughton works as a visiting nurse. Her work has appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review, Aura, and Sonora Review, and is forthcoming in a Crossing Press anthology of women’s writing on midlife sexuality. She lives in Greenfield, Massachusetts.

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Brenda Peterson is the author of three novels: River of Light, Becoming the Enemy, and Duck and Cover. Her latest book, Nature and Other Mothers, will be published in May by Harper Collins. She lives in Seattle, Washington.

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Jim Ralston’s book of poetry, The Poet’s Car, was recently published by Nightsun Books. He lives in Petersburg, West Virginia.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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John Welwood is a psychotherapist, teacher, and author of Journey of the Heart: Intimate Relationship and the Path of Love. His latest book, Ordinary Magic: Everyday Life as Spiritual Path, will be published by Shambhala in the fall. He lives in San Francisco.

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On The Cover

Gregory Thorp’s photography has appeared in Popular Photography, Yale Law Review, and on “Roseanne” (ABC-TV). He lives in New Haven, Connecticut, and is currently preparing for his first IRS audit.

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