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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).
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.
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.
George Leonard is the author of Education and Ecstasy, The Ultimate Athlete, and The Silent Pulse. He lives in Mill Valley, California.
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.
D. Patrick Miller lives in Berkeley, California, where he publishes Presumptions: A Letter at Large.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
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.”
Richard Strozzi-Heckler holds a third-degree black belt in Aikido. He is a psychologist, co-founder of the Lomi School, and author of The Anatomy of Change.
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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