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Contributors

March 2005

Writers

Alison Clement is a former waitress who lives with her family in Corvallis, Oregon. Her novel Twenty Questions will be published by Washington Square Press in 2006. “I’ve been experiencing feelings of dread since the ‘election,’ ” she writes. Her doctor’s advice: watch less CNN and listen to more Mozart.

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Rebecca Dreisinger is a writer and counselor in New York City whose work has appeared in the New York Jewish Week and the Jewish Sentinel. She is currently completing a memoir, Olive Girl, about becoming an Israeli citizen.

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Tony Hoagland is the author of several books of poetry, including Donkey Gospel (Graywolf Press) and Sweet Ruin (University of Wisconsin Press). He lives in Texas and teaches at the University of Houston.

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Wendy Morton has been an insurance investigator for twenty years and a poet for many more. She has two books of poetry, Private Eye and Undercover, both published by Ekstasis Editions. She lives on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada.

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Emily Rinkema is a high-school English teacher who lives in Westford, Vermont, with her husband and her dog.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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When Barbi Schulick was a child, her father taught her his favorite poem: “If,” by Rudyard Kipling. She now lives and writes on Kipling Road in Brattleboro, Vermont, a stone’s throw from where Kipling spun his tales. Her work has appeared in Yoga Journal and Spirituality and Health, and on NPR affiliate WFCR.

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Sparrow believes in the barter system. Often he will exchange a poem for two limes or a box of matches. He currently resides in a double-wide trailer in Phoenicia, New York (a hamlet of the Catskill Mountains), with his wife, Violet Snow, and their daughter, Sylvia.

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Starhawk is a global-justice activist and the author or coauthor of ten books, including The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess (Harper SanFrancisco). Her latest book is The Earth Path: Grounding Your Spirit in the Rhythms of Nature (Harper SanFrancisco).

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Virgil Suárez lives in Tallahassee, Florida. His book of poems 90 Miles was just published by the University of Pittsburgh Press. “I think it is my swan song,” he writes. “After this, I am disappearing into the great horizon on my brand-new Harley.”

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Genie Zeiger, a regular contributor to The Sun, has two new books coming out this year: Atta Girl! (Sherman Asher Publishing), a memoir about growing up in New York City in the fifties, and Radio Waves (White Pine Press), a collection of poems. She lives in Shelburne, Massachusetts.

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Photographers

Walter O. Beaton lives in New York City and has taken many photographs of Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx.

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Photographer Tom Becker lives in a small town in Iowa and is working on a series about Iowa farmers.

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James Carroll lives in New York City, where he has been taking photographs since the 1960s.

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Mary Cornelius is a photographer who lives in Canton, South Dakota.

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Duncan Green lives in Olympia, Washington, and is the staff photographer for the Washington State House of Representatives.

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Lance Jones is a photographer living in Somerville, Massachusetts.

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Dan Koeck is a professional photographer living in Fargo, North Dakota. His photographs have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times.

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Halle Merrill lives in Berkeley, California, and enjoys photographing people and urban landscapes.

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Sondra Peron is a fine-art photographer who specializes in using vintage cameras. She lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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Craig J. Satterlee teaches photography at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming.

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Ramin Talaie is an independent photojournalist born in Iran and currently based in New York City. Since 2003 he has been covering the war in Iraq and other events in the Middle East.

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Tom Thompson is a photographer living in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

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Jenny Warburg is a freelance photographer and political activist living in Durham, North Carolina.

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Hiroshi Watanabe gave up his TV-commercial production company in 2000 to pursue photography full time. He lives in West Hollywood, California.

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Rochelle Wells is a photographer who lives in Tacoma, Washington.

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On The Cover

Jerry N. Uelsmann’s cover image is a celebration of the lives of all the dogs he’s had over the years. He has a new book of images, entitled Other Realities, coming in September from Bulfinch Press.

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