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Contributors

March 1987

Writers

Valerie Andrews

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Stephen T. Butterfield lives in Shrewsbury, Vermont and teaches Dante at Castleton State College. He’s the author of Black Autobiography In America (University of Massachusetts Press) and Amway: The Cult Of Free Enterprise (South End Press).

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Terry Dobson is the author of Giving In To Get Your Way and Safe And Alive. A fifth-degree black belt in Aikido, he works as a private consultant in the areas of security and conflict resolution. He lives (no kidding) in North Hero, Vermont.

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Sally Fisher lives in New York City and works in publications at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She’s had poems in Field, Shenandoah, Poetry East and New Directions.

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George Leonard is the author of Education And Ecstasy, The Ultimate Athlete, and The Silent Pulse. He lives in Mill Valley, California.

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Lou Lipsitz teaches political science at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. He’s published two books of poetry Cold Water and Reflections On Samson.

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D. Patrick Miller lives in Berkeley, California, where he publishes Presumptions: A Letter At Large.

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Sy Safransky

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Sparrow is living in London, and has become “the figure I’ve always dreamed of being. I listen to bad punk bands in smoky bars, then go home and read Plato.”

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Richard Strozzi-Heckler

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On The Cover

Judith Angel is a photographer who lives in New York City. She teaches at the New School/Parsons School of Design.

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