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Contributors

June 1986

Writers

Elizabeth Rose Campbell is a freelance writer and astrologer who lives in Tivoli, New York. She’s a former assistant editor of The Sun.

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Hal J. Daniel III is a professor of speech: language and auditory pathology and an adjunct professor in anthropology at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. His books of poems are As Long As You’re Not Cold (Injection Press) and Leave Of Absence (Comet Halley).

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Adam Fisher lives in New York City, where he spends most Tuesday evenings getting ink on any nearby object, including, occasionally, the paper in front of him.

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Alfred Gross lives in Eugene, Oregon. He’s the author of Dancing On The Edge (Homunculus Press), a poetry chapbook.

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Patrick Miller has resumed publication of his Presumptions: A Letter At Large. A free introductory copy is available from 1442A Walnut 458, Berkeley, California 94709.

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Sy Safransky

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Marilyn Stablein is an arts manager, writer and performance artist who lives in Seattle, Washington. Her story in this issue won the Brazos fiction prize at the University of Houston in 1984.

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Bruce P. Woodford lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His books of poetry include Love and Other Weathers and The Edges Of Distance.

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On The Cover

Carlos Anne Phelps

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