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Refik Algan, M.D., lives in Istanbul and is a student of the Sufi path.
Yunus Emre was a Turkish poet and Sufi mystic whom some consider to be the greatest folk poet in the history of Islam.
David Grant lives in Seattle, Washington, in a community household that operates the Family Kitchen. In April, his second daughter was born at home.
Kabir Helminski lives in Vermont and is a graphic designer and the publisher of Threshold Books. He is also the translator of the mystical poetry of Jelaluddin Rumi.
D. Patrick Miller is a freelance writer and a contributing editor to Yoga Journal. He has essays forthcoming in East West, Body Mind Spirit, The Light Connection, and others, and has three book projects in the works.
Leslie P. Shaver teaches creative writing at North Cross School in Roanoke, Virginia.
Sparrow is a writer and eavesdropper in New York City. The most notable line he’s overheard of late is: “A ghostbuster? You mean like some people are doctors and lawyers, you want to be a ghostbuster?”
T.L. Toma is a writer living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His stories have appeared in many publications, including The Beloit Fiction Journal, Central Park, The Florida Review, Gypsy, The Madison Review, and Writer’s Forum.
S.L. Wisenberg has published in The New Yorker, Miami Herald, Tikkun, and others, and has work forthcoming in The Whole Earth Review, Calyx, and Common Bonds: Stories by and About Modern Texas Women. She spent this past summer teaching English in Nicaragua. She lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Nanette Kardaszeski is a freelance photographer who lives in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
R. Haven Bourque