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Contributors

February 1977

Writers

Joe Blankenship is an actor and a poet making his living naturally enough, as a cook.

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Jack Bowen

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Rob Brezsny is the subject of experiments at the Jung Institute in Geneva, Switzerland, which have tentatively verified his claim that he lives simultaneously on Earth and Mars.

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Leaf Diamant is a human awareness counsellor in Chapel Hill. His new series of awareness sessions, designed to help awaken the body, heart and mind begin soon.

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Charles M. Francum

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William Gaither finally got a big piece published and is off to write about South Africa.

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Gayle Garrison is a yoga teacher.

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Karl Grossman writes that “things continue with great Ups and Downs. Oh, for this Saturn-transit for us poor Aquarians to end. I never cared for the Cyclone as a roller coaster. I far prefer to sail . . . easily, in some lee.”

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Judy Hogan is the chairperson of the board of COSMEP (Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers) and is one of the editors of Hyperion, a poetry journal.

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Daniel R. Koenigshofer is an energy consultant based in Chapel Hill.

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Stephen March is writing a novel.

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Marilyn Michael is the author of The Moon Peelers, a book of verse published in 1973 by Minerva Press, Birmingham, Ala.

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Jim Peterson

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Bill Rode

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Sy Safransky

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David Searls is editor of Theta magazine, published by the Psychical Research Foundation.

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Dee Dee Small has decided to become a ballerina.

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Barbara E. Stock is a New York City poet-publisher.

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On The Cover

Priscilla Rich Safransky

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