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Contributors

September 1995

Writers

Antler is the author of Factory (City Lights) and Last Words (Ballantine). When he’s not traveling around the country giving poetry readings, he lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Ellen Becker works in matrimonial law. She lives with her husband and two children in the Free School Community of Albany, New York.

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David James Duncan is author of River Teeth (Doubleday), from which his story in this issue is taken. He lives with his family in western Montana.

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John Taylor Gatto is author of Dumbing Us Down (New Society) and The Exhausted School (Oxford Village Press). He lives in Oxford, New York.

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Robert Inchausti is a professor of English at California Polytechnic University. His third book, Thomas Merton’s American Prophecy, is forthcoming from Routledge Press. He lives in San Luis Obispo, California.

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Joe Lamb is a poet, arborist, and codirector of the Berkeley-Borneo Big Home Project, a citizen diplomacy group for indigenous rights and rain-forest preservation in Borneo. He lives in Berkeley, California.

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J. W. MAJOR writes full time, now that he no longer teaches. His work has appeared in Epoch, Prairie Schooner, and Denver Quarterly. He lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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John Peterson is a farmer, writer, and founder of Angelic Organics. He lives in Caledonia, Illinois.

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Josephine Redlin’s poems have appeared in the New England Review, the Antioch Review, and Ploughshares. She lives in Fresno, California.

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On The Cover

Judy Nisenholt calls herself a photographer now, but quakes when anyone asks her what kind. She lives in Toronto in Ontario, Canada, with her husband and two sons.

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