With a broken-down oven, in a hotel kitchen, on an uninhabited island
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Joe Blankenship is a poet who lives in Raleigh.
David Bonnis says he’s vastly intuitive, but doesn’t care.
Judy Bratten prefers to remain anonymous.
Lamellicorn the Clone (Rob Brezsny) describes himself as the least respectable avatar of the ancient Clone family. In his last incarnation, he was a rock ’n roll singer.
Leaf Robert Diamant says, “Collecting and using plants is only a small part of the experience. As I walk through a forest or field or vacant lot, I am continuously amazed by the beauty and variety of life and death. I am wonder-filled by this process, by everything and everyone’s participation in it. Sharing with nature opens us people right up.”
Ebba Kraar is searching for life’s meaning in the libraries of Syracuse.
Norm Moser has returned to his beloved San Francisco Bay.
Priscilla Rich Safransky has given in and changed her name.
Michael Rigsby has started raising sheep so eventually everything he needs can be obtained from the flock.
Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.
Kip Ward, who started Loom Press, spends a lot of time on the phone.
Richard Williams is the author of Suburban Blues. “Coin” will be included in a collection of his poetry to come out next year.
The cover illustration is by Tom Cleveland. He is proud of his foundry.
Editor and Publisher
Priscilla Rich Safransky