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Contributors

December 1977

Writers

Tom Bender is the editor of Rain magazine in Portland, Oregon.

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Lawrence Bullock: “As always (as Ms. Plath said) the blood jet is poetry and there is no stopping it.”

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Christopher Bursk is from Langhorne Manor, Pa.

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Gloria del Vecchio is from Yardley, Pa.

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Leaf Diamant underwent a successful name change.

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Cary Fowler writes extensively on agricultural issues and the world food problem.

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Richard Gess survives the crosswinds of life on his frail motorbike.

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Frank Graziano lives in Tucson, Arizona where he is editor for the Grilled Flowers Press and works in the Arizona Poetry-In-The-Schools Program.

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Karl Grossman became a vegetarian a few years ago. He discovered he couldn’t stand vegetables, and eats mostly spaghetti.

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David M. Guy has just finished an unpublished novel, Football Dreams.

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Archibald Henderson teaches English at the University of Houston.

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Barry Jacobs lives in Durham and writes for the North Carolina Anvil. His recent series of articles on institutions for the mentally retarded has stirred up overdue controversy.

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Priscilla Rich Safransky’s two children grew up to be sisters.

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Hal Richman has a doctorate in applied kindling. He owns the StoveWorks in Chapel Hill.

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David Searls invented the modern-day dilemma and is working on a safe-for-children contradiction.

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Mark Shuman lives in Hillsborough.

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Dee Dee Small is now selling advertising for The Sun. She’s also a dancer and a poet, on or off the volleyball courts.

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Terrill Shepard Soules is the editor of Daimon and a member of the Atlanta Poetry Collective.

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Val Staples has the healing touch.

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David Terrenoire is a cartoonist-cum-construction worker who lives in Efland.

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Candide Jones Utley: “You asked for something autobiographical. Well, I really don’t know how one could ‘begin to spit out the butt-ends’ of one’s ways in a sentence. Let’s just say I’m winging it, and hoping hard.”

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Richard Williams is the author of Savarin.

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On The Cover

Sy Safransky grew up; this still surprises him.

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Editor and Publisher
Sy Safransky

Associate Editor
Priscilla Rich Safransky

Assistant Editor
Betsy Campbell Blackwell

Contributing Editors
Leaf Diamant
Karl Grossman
David Guy
Mike Mathers
David Searls
Richard Williams

Printer
Scott Craddock

Carpentry
Bram Sorgman

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