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Contributors

July 1977

Writers

Elizabeth Albrecht divides her time between Greece and South Carolina, and writes about both. Anyone going to Mykonos this summer should look her up.

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Randee Russell Ascher is a free lance advertising writer who lives in Chapel Hill. This is her first published fiction since she won first place in the Mademoiselle college fiction contest in 1967.

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Jimmy Santiago Baca

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Hannah Baggins teaches yoga in Chapel Hill.

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Betsy Campbell-Blackwell drives the white Plymouth with the steering wheel that sounds like cities crumbling.

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Joe Blankenship is a poet and actor from Chapel Hill.

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Steven Ford Brown has a new book out, Against the Old Propellers of the Twilight (Poetry Factory Press, Atlanta, Ga.)

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Christopher Bursk is looking for a space between silence and nothing.

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Michael Phelps Chandler is a builder.

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Leaf Diamant is a human awareness counsellor in Chapel Hill who chases illusions at twilight.

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Cary Fowler is co-author, with Frances Lappe, of Food First, and is co-director of the Agricultural Resources Center in Chapel Hill, which is concerned with the world food problem.

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William Gaither is a free-lance writer living in Durham.

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David M. Guy is a former Winston-Salem school teacher living in Durham and writing a novel.

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Louise Harris sprained her knee clogging on the Fourth of July.

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Joel Jackson

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Stephen March is finishing a novel and dreaming of building his own house in the fall.

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Lucia G. Peck lives in Pittsboro and writes a weekly column on herbs for The Pittsboro Herald.

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Sy Safransky is galloping home, in ever-widening circles.

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David Searls

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Paolo Soleri is the author of Arcology: City in the Image of Man (MIT Press) and other books. His Cosanti Foundation, in Scottsdale, Arizona, is experimenting with new urban environments.

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Val Staples is in the physicians assistant program at Duke University. She writes: “Last night I was thinking about money and possessions and how I didn’t want to be too attached to either and Zappo at midnight my stereo was stolen. That wasn’t the possession I had in mind to give up but who’s to know?”

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On The Cover

Priscilla Rich Safransky rides the white light.

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