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Contributors

May 2000

Writers

Judith Azrael lives in Mendocino, California, and wanders the West Coast and the Greek islands. She is the author of four volumes of poetry.

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Will D. Campbell is a Baptist preacher and civil-rights agitator living in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. His latest book is Soul among Lions: Musings of a Bootleg Preacher (Geneva Press).

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Colin Chisholm’s first book, Through Yupik Eyes: An Adopted Son Explores the Landscape of Family, will be published in October by Alaska Northwest Press. He lives in Arizona, but his heart is still in Montana, where his garden is.

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Hannah Gold is the pseudonym of a writer whose work has appeared or is forthcoming in Willow Review, Sulphur River Literary Review, and the Alaska Quarterly. Her essay in this issue is part of a memoir-in-progress.

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Tony Hoagland’s first book of poems, Sweet Ruin (University of Wisconsin Press), won the Brittingham Prize in Poetry. He currently teaches at New Mexico State University at Las Cruces.

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Jeremy Lloyd is currently enrolled in the MFA creative-writing program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He spent the eve of the new millennium shooting a nineteenth-century muzzleloader with his father.

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Alison Luterman has a book, The Largest Possible Life, forthcoming from Cleveland State University Press. She lives in Oakland, California.

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Lorenzo W. Milam writes most of the reviews for RALPH: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and the Humanities under a variety of pseudonyms. His current favorite is Lolita Lark.

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Al Neipris lives in Foxboro, Massachusetts, in a small house where a mouse recently died. The smell is gone, but he keeps picturing a perfect little mouse skeleton somewhere behind the wall.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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On The Cover

Jerry N. Uelsmann’s latest book of photographs is Museum Studies (Nazraeli Press). He lives in Gainesville, Florida.

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