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Contributors

March 1978

Writers

Mrs. George B. Hargrove

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Joe Blankenship has moved from Chapel Hill to Texas to pursue an acting career.

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Alma Blount is the former assistant editor of The Sun.

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David C. Childers is from Shelby, North Carolina, and is the author of American Dusk, a collection of poems published by Buffalo Books (Guerneville, Ga.)

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Jim Evans lives in Yuma, Arizona.

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Frank Graziano works for the South Carolina Arts Commission and has a new book of poetry forthcoming from the Bieler Press called Follain, shared with the prose of Jean Follain.

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David M. Guy

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Chris Klein is studying for his PhD. in economics at UNC in Chapel Hill.

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Errol Miller

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Michael Rigsby is a Chapel Hill poet, whose most recent book of verse is Shotgun Vision (By Design Books, Chapel Hill).

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J. W. Rivers is a life insurance agent from Rock Hill, South Carolina. He has poems forthcoming in the S. C. Review and Poet and Critic.

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Priscilla Rich Safransky

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Sy Safransky

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David Searls wears many hats: he’s been a broadcasting consultant, advertising salesman and copywriter, and radio personality (Doctor Dave on WDBS).

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Kathleen Snipes is from Chapel Hill.

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Julia C. Stockton has quit her job as a waitress at Breadmen’s and is roaming.

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Jim Thornton is a playwright/novelist/cartoonist living in Key Biscayne, Florida who describes his cartoons as “sixth grade primitive.”

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On The Cover

John Rosenthal is a photographer from Chapel Hill.

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