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September 1977

Writers

Jimmy Santiago Baca is in prison in Arizona. He writes: “Poetry is a process of cleansing the eyes, collecting strength, thinking, focusing on sincerity, believing in basic humanity. And the field in which we play out our lives is so large and filled with so many elements, at each step there are broken bones and miracles, there is no right and wrong for everybody, there is only individual test and understanding.”

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Steven Ford Brown is happily unemployed and working on a book of prose poems, Selecting A Story For Myself.

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Betsy Campbell

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Max Childers is in love with his air conditioner (or was it just a summer love?)

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Leaf Diamant is a human awareness counselor.

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Cary Fowler is co-director of the Agricultural Resources Center in Chapel Hill.

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William Gaither says not all the stories he sent back from South Africa arrived. But he’s ready to return.

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Richard Gess has been recently transplanted from Boston to the fringes of Durham, where he is working full-time (more or less) on his novel.

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David M. Guy is writing a novel.

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Kay Leigh Hagan is a member of the Atlanta Poetry Collective.

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Travis Hanes is humanly aware.

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Louise Harris

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Barry Jacobs writes for the North Carolina Anvil.

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Errol Miller is from Monroe, Louisiana.

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Lucia Peck writes about herbs for The Pittsboro Herald.

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Sy Safransky carries it on, till the end.

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David Searls is back on WDBS as Doctor Dave. The original Doctor Dave, the late Omar Saggitarius, spent the last years of his life on a hypodermic farm in New Jersey. Ironically, Dave is also from New Jersey.

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Val Staples is in the physicians assistant program at Duke.

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On The Cover

John Toms is from Asheville, where he worked this summer as assistant curator at the Biltmore House.

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