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Contributors

December 1992

Writers

Antler has had poems recently in the Utne Reader, Whole Earth Review, City Lights Review, and Kenyon Review. He lives in Milwaukee.

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Marian Mathews Clark writes, “I grew up in Mist, Oregon, where I was a stay-put strawberry picker. Through the years, I’ve worked as a counselor, a teacher, and am currently an academic advisor at the University of Iowa. And I have found no job more difficult than picking strawberries.”

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Sharon Claybough lives in Boulder, Colorado, where she cleans houses for a living while working on a novel. She has two grown sons and a partner with his brain stuck in 1862.

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John Taylor Gatto has taught public school for twenty-six years in New York City. He’s the author of Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling (New Society Publishers).

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Dan Howell’s collection of poems, Lost Country, will be published next spring by the University of Massachusetts Press.

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Wm. Lychack lives in Ann Arbor, where he tends bar and teaches part time at the University of Michigan. His stories have appeared in Ascent, River Styx, and Pheobe.

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Steve Miles lives, writes, and makes pots in Fort Collins, Colorado. His poems have appeared in the Hawaii Review and in a new anthology of erotic writing called The Fabric Of Desire.

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Veronica Patterson lives in Loveland, Colorado.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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On The Cover

Barbara Tyroler is a photographer who lives in College Park, Maryland. She has taught photography at state universities and at technical institutes for photojournalism and fine arts photography.

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