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Contributors

August 1988

Writers

Tim Farrington is a writer and housecleaner who lives in San Francisco, California, where he is cultivating an indoor garden and a sense of humor.

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Margaret MacKinnon recently returned from Japan, where she lived for four years. She now lives in Corpus Christi, Texas, where she studies English Literature and writes.

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D. Patrick Miller writes that “having almost completely recovered from a three-year stomach ache, I recently came across the story of an enlightened Buddhist monk who was constantly ill. A student asked the monk, ‘How can you be enlightened and yet sick all the time?’ The monk replied, ‘I am sick as long as all men are sick.’ What a dumb story!”

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Jim Ralston has decided on his epitaph: “Here lie the bones of an honest man, as far as he knew.”

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David Romtvedt lives and writes in Buffalo, Wyoming.

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Deborah Shouse lives in Leawood, Kansas. She writes, “Creativity does come out of chaos. The other morning I thought, looking for love is nothing compared to looking for clean and matching socks.”

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Donald N. Unger is a New York City-born writer, currently living in exile in Michigan, teaching high school and working on a novel. His stories have appeared in Quarto and The Quarterly.

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Irving Weiss is a writer and former English professor at the State University of New York in New Paltz. He lives in Chestertown, Maryland.

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Paul Williams is the author of Das Energi, Waking Up Together, and, most recently, Remember Your Essence. He lives in northern California.

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Thomas Wiloch is the author of Stigmata Junction and Paper Mask. He works as a writer for a reference book company in Detroit, Michigan.

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On The Cover

Bill Denison

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