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Contributors

December 1976

Writers

Jeffery Beame is working on a book of poems called The Song of Tirza, “the story so far of the light burning, the light endurance, what is to give light.”

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Betsy Campbell-Blackwell works for the Southern Economic Journal and has only herself to give away.

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Joe Blankenship’s book of poems is called Serpent Child.

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Jack Bowen

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Judy Bratten lives with the sound of two little girls and hope springing eternal.

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Lawrence Bullock has moved to Greensboro and lives with the sound of his Muse insisting “it will be written.”

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Leaf Diamant is a human awareness counsellor (738 Clark Road, Chapel Hill / 967-8663) with an understanding ear and a kind heart.

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William Gaither lives in Durham with the sound of his typewriter and his cat.

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Karl Grossman is a reporter for The Long Island Press and lives with the sound of his own laughter.

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Julia Hardy is an editor of Theta magazine, published by the Psychical Research Foundation in Durham.

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David Hood will be teaching high school next year but right now he’s in love.

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Donna Lowery is a seamstress who likes to garden and help local farmers (Vilas, North Carolina) with their harvesting.

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Marilyn Michael’s book of poems, The Moon Peelers, was published in 1973 by Minerva Press, Birmingham, Ala.

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Hal Richman helped establish the Community Food Coop in Chapel Hill.

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John Rosenthal is a Chapel Hill photographer.

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David Royle is president of the Sports Club Council at UNC-Chapel Hill and lives with the sound of many puppies, anyone of which is yours for the asking if you call him at 942-2561.

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Sy Safransky

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Roger Sauls is the Anvil’s poetry editor and the author of a book of verse, Light, published by The Loom Press.

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David Searls is the guy who tried to sell you the Brooklyn Bridge.

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Daryl Wally is an architect, artist, poet and potter interested in space and time and Mother Earth.

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William H. Willimon is assistant professor of liturgy and worship at the Duke University Divinity School.

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