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Contributors

December 1997

Writers

Antler’s work appears in the anthology American Poets Say Goodbye to the Twentieth Century (Four Walls Eight Windows). He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Gordon Baer, a recipient of the Nikon World Understanding Award, loves looking through the viewfinder. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Rebecca Baggett lives in Athens, Georgia, and is the author of the chapbook Still Life with Children (Pudding House Publications).

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Robert P. Cooke is a poet who lives in Highland, Indiana, and works as a welder in a refinery.

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David Denny’s latest chapbook is Smog Baby, a verse memoir about growing up in the shadow of Disneyland. He lives in Cupertino, California.

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Doris DÖrrie is a German film producer and the author of seven books, two of which have been published in the U.S. She lives in Munich, Germany.

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Jerry Mander is a cofounder and chair of the International Forum on Globalization, an organization of activists opposed to the global economy. He lives in San Francisco.

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Rafe Martin is a storyteller and author of The Eagle’s Gift. He lives in Rochester, New York.

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Duncan Zenobia Saffir is a poet who once brewed beer professionally, until management decided his beer was too alcoholic. He lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

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Sybil Smith’s fiction and nonfiction has appeared in the Northern Review, Ithaca Women’s Anthology, and Vermont Woman. She lives in Norwich, Vermont.

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W. Bradford Swift is a writer and codirector of Life on Purpose. He lives in Flat Rock, North Carolina.

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Ashley Walker works as a writer in the computer industry, a job she regards as a close cousin to fiction writing, but without the drawbacks. She lives in Dallas, Texas.

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David Witherspoon is a poet living in Nashville, Tennessee.

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On The Cover

Clemens Kalischer is a freelance photographer born in Bavaria. He lives in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

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