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Contributors

February 1995

Writers

Keith Bromley is a writer who lives in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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Carol Estes is a freelance writer with Luddite tendencies. She lives in Lawrence, Kansas.

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Charles Goodrich likes to write during foul weather. He lives in Corvallis, Oregon, where he tends the grounds of the oldest county courthouse in the state.

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Art Goodtimes is poetry coeditor for Wild Earth. He lives in Norwood, Colorado.

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Gillian Kendall lives in Athens, Ohio, where she broods, burns candles, hikes, writes, cooks, and occasionally dabbles with her dissertation.

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Lyn Lifshin is a poet living in Washington, D.C.

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Alison Luterman says 1994 was for her “the mother of all character-building years.” She lives in Oakland, California.

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Stephen J. Lyons was once fired from a job picking hops in Oregon for telling the foreman he had bad karma. He lives in Pullman, Washington, and is currently completing a collection of essays about raising his daughter.

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Jim Nollman is a writer who lives in Friday Harbor, Washington.

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Henry Alan Paper has written screenplays in Hollywood, including the PBS adaptation of The Lathe of Heaven. He lives in Hamden, Connecticut, and is author of an annual Best Films on Video calendar.

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Mary Sepulveda is a writer who lives in Oregon City, Oregon.

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Jill Wolfson is working on a book about troubled children, messed-up families, and the juvenile justice system. She lives in San Jose, California.

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On The Cover

Brian Ferguson is a photographer born, raised, and living in West Virginia.

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