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Ken Autrey teaches English at Francis Marion College in Florence, South Carolina. His poems have appeared in the South Carolina Review, Plainsongs, Onionhead, and other magazines.
Karen Blomain is a lifelong Pennsylvanian who lives in Allentown and teaches at Kutztown University. She is the author of several books of poems, including Black Diamond (Great Elm Press) and Borrowed Light (Nightshade Press). She is currently at work on a biography of Mother Jones.
Chris Bursk is a poet who lives in Langhorne Manor, Pennsylvania. He is seeking a publisher for his new collection, Foot Soldiers.
Ronald B. Fink lives in Brooklyn, New York and is an editor for Financial World Magazine. One of his stories appeared last year in Muse’s Mill.
D. Patrick Miller is a senior writer for Yoga Journal and has contributed recently to Gnosis. He lives in Encinitas, California.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
Floyd Skloot’s first novel, Pilgrim’s Harbor, will be published in November by Storyline Press. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
R.T. Smith’s work has appeared in Poetry, the Georgia Review, and the Christian Science Monitor. A collection of his poems, The Cardinal Heart, has recently been published by Livingston University Press. He lives in Auburn, Georgia.
Sparrow plays in the band Foamola with his wife, Violet, his daughter, Sylvia Mae, and the hairless Lawrence Fishberg. (The collected Sparrow presidential papers are available for $3 from Sparrow, 322 East 11th Street, Apt. 23, New York, NY 10003.)
Ashley Walker does “the Lord’s work in the devil’s city” as a computer consultant in Dallas, Texas.
BJ Ward lives in Hampton, New Jersey, where he works in the writers-in-the-schools program. He’s completing the manuscript of his first book, Wanna Dance?
Lisa Horton Zimmerman has recent poetry in Poets For A Liveable Planet and Palo Alto Review, and short fiction in The Fabric Of Desire, an anthology from Crossing Press. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Hella Hammid died last May in Los Angeles at the age of seventy-one. Her photographs have appeared in Life, Ebony, and the New York Times.
Heideh D. Kabir
Clark Saint Clare Benbow