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Contributors

March 1979

Writers

Jim Evans lives 5200 feet above sea level in Hereford, Arizona. “Spectacular view from every window, fantastic birds, super quiet.” He is fixing up a “messy place,” installing gardens, collecting firewood.

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Tom Ferguson is the editor of Medical Self-Care magazine. A book he has just edited by that same title will be pub­lished soon by Summit Books, a division of Simon & Schuster. It will be a Whole Earth-type catalog of health tools, information, and access information.

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Nyle Frank moves around a lot. In Chapel Hill, he used to be the self-proclaimed King of the Invisible Universe. He’s a musician and writer.

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David M. Guy lives and writes in Durham, N.C.

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Judy Hogan is the editor of Carolina Wren Press and former COSMEP chairperson (Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers).

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Mark Mitcham is a high school student from New Hope, Kentucky. His work has appeared in CoEvolution Quarterly.

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Viola Prune produced the first performance of “Bimbos in Paradise” in New York City, has worked in and out of New York as an editor and writer, and is presently working on a novel.

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Sy Safransky

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Peg Staley is a Gestalt therapist who lives in Saunderstown, Rhode Island.

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Various

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Robert Volbrecht writes that he lives in Eugene, Oregon, where “he practices foolishness, loves silence, especially his own silence, a very rare event indeed.”

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On The Cover

Priscilla Rich Safransky

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