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Contributors

January 1994

Writers

Alan D. Brilliant lives and writes in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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Wendy Ellyn is a writer from Sebastopol, California.

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Stephen W. Hyde lives, writes, and farms in Pownal, Maine.

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Mark Jacobs, whose fiction has appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, is a foreign service officer serving in Paraguay. He is seeking a publisher for his novel Volunteer, set in Central America during the Sandinista-Contra war.

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Kristin Levine is an occupational therapist and doctoral student in clinical psychology. She lives in rural New Hampshire and is writing a novel.

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Alison Luterman lives in Oakland, California. Of herself, she writes, “I love my husband, my family, and Jewish music. I have trouble sleeping and can’t get the hang of wearing pantyhose.”

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Lesley E. Palmer, whose work has appeared in Karamu, Ginger Hill, and Folio, lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

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Candace Perry is a psychotherapist who lives in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. She writes that after twenty years as a therapist “the work does not get any easier, simpler, or less heartbreaking.”

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Sy Safranskyis editor of The Sun.

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Sparrow writes, “People are always surprised by how quiet our apartment is, though we live in downtown Manhattan. Our windows overlook a courtyard off a street controlled by the Mafia, so the calm of the Mafia saturates us.”

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Michael Ventura is the author of Shadow Dancing in the USA (J. P. Tarcher), a compilation of essays. He lives in Los Angeles.

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On The Cover

Jason Langer is a photographer from San Francisco.

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