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Contributors

May 1996

Writers

Maria Black is a recovering MBA who now writes short stories in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

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Stephen T. Butterfield, author of The Double Mirror: A Skeptical Journey into Buddhist Tantra (North Atlantic Books), is “sustained moment to moment by infinite compassion and beauty, often expressed as the kindness of friends.” He lives in Shrewsbury, Vermont.

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Jake Gaskins lives in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

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Harvey Goldner lives in Seattle, Washington, where he drives for Farwest Taxi. “America is too fat,” he says, “and should fast for one month a year. At least.”

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Louis Jenkins’s poems have been published in the Paris Review, Poetry East, and the Virginia Quarterly Review. His latest book is Nice Fish: New and Selected Prose Poems (Holy Cow! Press). He lives in Duluth, Minnesota.

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Robert Lubbers lives with his wife and two children in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he writes and works as a registered nurse.

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Trish Rucker’s stories and poems have appeared in the Carolina Quarterly, the Centennial Review, and the New Orleans Review. She lives in Decatur, Georgia.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Lawrence Shainberg is the author of four books, including the novel Memories of Amnesia (British American Publishing) and Brain Surgeon: An Intimate View of His World (Ivy Books). He lives in New York City.

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Alix Kates Shulman is the author of four novels, including Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen (Academy Chicago Publishers). She divides her time between New York City and Maine.

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On The Cover

Jerry N. Uelsmann’s photographs are part of many major collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Royal Photographic Society in London. His most recent book of photographs is Uelsmann / Yosemite (University of Florida Press). He lives in Gainesville, Florida.

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