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Contributors

September 1989

Writers

Refik Algan, M.D., lives in Istanbul and is a student of the Sufi path.

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Yunus Emre was a Turkish poet and Sufi mystic whom some consider to be the greatest folk poet in the history of Islam.

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David Grant lives in Seattle, Washington, in a community household that operates the Family Kitchen. In April, his second daughter was born at home.

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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.

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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.

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Leslie P. Shaver teaches creative writing at North Cross School in Roanoke, Virginia.

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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?”

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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.

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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.

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On The Cover

Nanette Kardaszeski is a freelance photographer who lives in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

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