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Contributors

October 1997

Writers

Antonia Clark works as a medical and science writer at the University of Vermont by day. By night she writes and plays the accordion. She lives in Winooski, Vermont.

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Vanderbilt Glass is a machinist and part-time college English instructor living in Belmont, North Carolina.

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Christine Japely writes fiction, poetry, and essays. She lives on the edge of New York City.

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Gillian Kendall writes, does Reiki, and is as eccentric as she can be living in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Wayne Liebman is a physician and author of Tending the Fire: The Ritual Men’s Group (Ally Press). He lives in Los Angeles.

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Lyn Lifshin’s most recent book is Cold Comfort: Selected Poems 1970–1996 (Black Sparrow). She lives in Vienna, Virginia.

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Alison Luterman is a writer who teaches poetry in the schools. She lives in Oakland, California.

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Marco Mascarin is a documentary filmmaker, writer, and visual artist living in Seattle, Washington. His latest film is My Native Self.

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Mary-Beth O’Shea-Noonan’s first chapbook, Hungry Grass, is forthcoming from Amherst Writers and Artists Press. She lives in Worthington, Massachusetts.

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Andrew Ramers latest books are Revelations for a New Millennium (HarperSanFrancisco) and Two Flutes Playing (Alamo Square Press). He lives in Menlo Park, California.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Valerie Schultz is an essayist and fiction writer whose work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Mothering, and Commonweal. She lives in Tehachapi, California.

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Leslie Shiel is a poet who teaches at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.

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Sybil Smith recently wrote the screenplay for a movie based on her unpublished book My Mother’s Early Lovers. She lives in Norwich, Vermont.

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On The Cover

Harry Wilson is a photographer and art professor at Bakersfield College in California.

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