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Contributors

September 1993

Writers

Keith Russell Ablow is a psychiatrist in Lynn, Massachusetts. He writes a column on psychiatry for the Washington Post.

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Kim Addonizio follows the fights and teaches poetry in San Francisco. Her collection The Philosopher’s Club will be published this year by BOA Editions.

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Sally Bellerose’s work has appeared in Sojourner, Caprice, and the Shalom Review. She lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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Diana Maria Castro “scribbles constantly” between a full-time secretarial job and motherhood. She lives in Cotati, California.

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D. Dina Friedman’s work has appeared in Amelia, the Worcester Review, and Slant. She leads creative writing workshops in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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Pamela Gerhardt is a journalist and former magazine editor who lives in College Station, Texas.

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Robin H. Jarrell is working toward a master’s degree in religious studies at the School of Theology in Claremont, California.

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Eileen A. Joy is pursuing a Ph.D. in English literature at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

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Alison Luterman is working on a book of poetry called What I Came Here For. She lives with her husband, Alan Sagan, in Oakland, California.

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Irfan Malik, born in Lahore, Pakistan, lives in exile in Stockholm, Sweden, where he runs Poets’ Stage.

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Jim Nollman is learning to identify roses by smell. His next book, A Sense of Place, will be published in 1994 by Henry Holt. He lives in Friday Harbor, Washington.

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Elizabeth O’Connor is the founder of Sarah’s Circle, a ministry for the inner-city, elderly poor. Her books include Cry Pain, Cry Hope; Eighth Day of Creation; Our Many Selves; and Search for Silence.

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David Romtvedt, of Buffalo, Wyoming, is writing a nonfiction book about windmills and life in the arid West.

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Lisa Sapinkopf has won several awards for her poetry translations, which have appeared in Poetry, Paris Review, and Partisan Review. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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On The Cover

Marvin W. Schwartz divides his time among New York, Paris, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. He has published five books of photography and has completed special commissions for the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Smithsonian Institute, and the Puerto Rico Institute of Culture.

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