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David Bajo has been writing about life along the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada for many years. He lives in San Diego, California.
Alan D. Brilliant is living simply in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Stephen T. Butterfield, an English professor at Castleton State College, is still living and dying in the hills of Shrewsbury, Vermont, where he draws, paints, writes, plays music, and studies Latin and Greek.
Robbie Crosby lives in New York City. His stories appear in Indiana Review and Nostoc.
Kathleen Lake is a writer and an actress who lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Last year her first play, “Forecast for Next Sunday,” had readings in New York and Boston.
Catherine Madsen teaches English in Amherst, Massachusetts. Her essay, “The Law of Relation,” appeared in Issues 162 and 163.
Duncan Moran lives in northern Michigan, where he continues to add solar panels and windmills to his home. He is writer-in-residence at the Suttons Bay Schools.
Bertha Rogers lives on a farm in the Catskill Mountains of New York. Her book of poems, Sleeper, You Wake, was published by the Edwin Mellen Press.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
Robert Walter is a writer who lives on Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia.
Robert Hecht is a freelance photographer who lives in San Francisco.
Heideh D. Kabir
Clark Saint Clare Benbow