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Contributors

March 1995

Writers

Stephen Ausherman is a writer from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He is spending most of this year in Seoul, South Korea, but if he had his choice he’d be in Belize.

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Joseph Bathanti is a writer-in-residence at Mitchell Community College in Statesville, North Carolina, and the author of The Feast of All Saints (Nightshade Press).

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Robert Bly is a poet, translator, editor, and author of Iron John: A Book about Men (Random House). His latest book of poetry is Meditations on the Insatiable Soul (HarperCollins). He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Donella H. Meadows is a systems analyst, journalist, college professor, and author of a nationally syndicated column, “The Global Citizen.” She lives in Plainfield, New Hampshire.

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D. Patrick Miller is a writer living in Berkeley, California. He is the author of A Little Book of Forgiveness (Viking).

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Carson Reed is a journalist, author, editor, and poet living in Denver, Colorado. He says his story in this issue “owes equal debt to Lewis Carroll and Jimmy Swaggart.”

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David Romtvedt is a writer and poet living in Buffalo, Wyoming. His new book of poems, Certainty (White Pine Press), is due out this year.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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V. Diane WoodBrown is a writer, political activist, and child-care volunteer at a battered-women’s shelter. She lives in San Rafael, California.

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On The Cover

John Banasiak is a photographer and associate professor of art at the University of South Dakota at Vermillion.

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