The good-looking one, the one in need, the one that almost was
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A. Manette Ansay lives in Ithaca, New York, where she will be teaching creative writing at Cornell University this fall. Her stories appear in upcoming issues of Columbia, Crescent Review, North American Review, and Quarterly West. Her story in this issue first appeared in The Tampa Bay Review.
Douglas Cruickshank is a writer and graphic designer who lives in Menlo Park, California.
Fritz Hamilton’s eighth book of poems is due out soon. His poems have appeared in Berkeley Poetry Review, The Fiddlehead, Kansas Quarterly, and Small Pond. He lives in San Francisco, California.
In addition to being a therapist, James Hillman runs a small, innovative publishing house called Spring Publications, and has held professorships at Yale, the University of Chicago, Syracuse University, and the University of Dallas. He’s the author of nearly a dozen books, including Re-Visioning Psychology, The Dream and the Underworld, Healing Fiction, and Inter Views. Recently, the anthology A Blue Fire: Selected Writings by James Hillman has been published by Harper & Row.
Leah Krohn is the pseudonym for a writer and psychotherapist in Berkeley, California. She is working on a novel about “women aging lustily.”
Edwin Romond teaches in Washington, New Jersey. His work has appeared in Black River Review, California Quarterly, Lake Effect, Lip Service, and Ransom.
Sy Safransky is the editor of The Sun.
Miriam Sagan lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with her husband Robert — a Zen priest — and their daughter Isabel. Her novel Layers is forthcoming from Center Press.
Jerry N. Uelsmann is a photographer whose work has been widely exhibited. He teaches art at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Of his photographs, he writes, “Ultimately, my hope is to amaze myself.”
Angela L. Williams
Heideh D. Kabir