By conservative estimates, there are currently enough wrongfully convicted people in prison in the United States to fill a football stadium.
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Ron Chepesiuk is the author of four books and articles for the Progressive, Columbia Journalism Review, and the New York Times. He lives in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Richard Cole is a technical writer, poet, and essayist, and the author of a book of poems, The Glass Children (University of Georgia Press). He and his wife live in Austin, Texas, and are currently expecting another child.
Joan Gray is a Nashville native now living in Franklin, Tennessee. She is currently seeking a publisher for her novel, Blanche and the Tattooed Yankee.
Kathleen Lake wants to get some money in the bank so she can go back to being a poet for good. When we last heard from her, she was living in Mount Desert, Maine.
Alison Luterman is a poet and novelist who lives in Oakland, California.
Fran Peavey is a writer and social activist who has championed tenants’ rights in her hometown of San Francisco, supported women in the former Yugoslavia, and worked for thirteen years to clean up India’s Ganges River. Her latest book is By Life’s Grace: Musings on the Essence of Social Change (New Society Publishers).
Andrew Ramer is the coauthor of Ask Your Angels. His new book, Angel Answers, will be out in the spring. When he isn’t talking to angels, he is eating baked Yukon Gold potatoes in Menlo Park, California.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
Deborah Shouse is the author of a petite collection of short stories, White Bread Love. She lives in Leawood, Kansas.
Anne Marie Whelan lives in Ithaca, New York, where she writes and works for an organization providing homes for the mentally ill.
John Rosenthal is a photographer and writer living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Susan Ganung Tremblay
Andrew W. Snee