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Contributors

May 1993

Writers

Alexander Blair-Ewart is the editor of Dimensions. He lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Sophia de Mello Breyner was awarded the Grande Prémio da Literatura Portugêsa, Portugal’s highest literary honor. She is considered one of that country’s greatest living writers.

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Lou Lipsitz is alternately a therapist, political science professor, and writer, with occasional stints on the Irish tinwhistle. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Jane Orleman lives in Ellensburg, Washington with her husband Dick Elliott, the world’s only reflector artist. She says, “I am now exploring the dark side of the psyche while Dick explores the light.” Together they have created a well-known art site, Dick and Jane’s Spot.

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Gwyn Ellen Rubio lives in Berea, Kentucky. Her work has appeared in Prairie Schooner, New Southern Literary Messenger, and Wind.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Lisa Sapinkopf lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her translations have appeared in Ploughshares, the Boston Review, and elsewhere.

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Don Shewey is a contributing writer to the Village Voice.

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John Tibbetts is a science writer for Coastal Heritage, a publication of the South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. His articles and stories have appeared in Utne Reader, Denver Quarterly, and elsewhere. He lives in Charleston.

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Ashley Walker is an introspective software consultant who is writing two books as quickly as she can. She lives in Dallas with her husband and four self-centered cats.

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On The Cover

John Einarsen lives in Kyoto, Japan.

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Editor
Sy Safransky

Business Manager
Susan E. Ganung

Assistant Editor
Cassandra Sitterly

Office Manager
Heideh D. Kabir

Editorial Assistant
Erika Simon

Copy Editors
Jan Bellard
Pamela Penick
Seth Mirsky

Editorial Apprentices
Brandy E. Fisher
Renée Aron Lertzman

Reader
Carolyn Acree

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