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Contributors

March 1993

Writers

Keith Russell Ablow is a writer and psychiatrist who lives in Boston.

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Antler has had poems in New York Quarterly, Kenyon Review, Utne Reader, and City Lights Review. He lives in Milwaukee.

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David Budbill’s most recent book of poems, Judevine, was published in 1991 and was chosen by Booklist as one of the three best books of poetry that year. His newest play, Little Acts Of Kindness, will premier in Vermont in June.

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George Cruger is a freelance editor and writer who retired recently as the publications manager and photo curator of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.

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Donna Gershten is originally from Rocky Mount, North Carolina. She now lives in Denver, Colorado, where she writes and teaches self-defense and empowerment seminars for women.

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Thich Nhat Hanh remains an expatriate, writing and speaking for peace from Plum Village, a French community near Bordeaux.

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Hal Herring is a writer of fiction and an outdoorsman who lives in Corvallis, Montana. He supports himself “in no great style” by working for a commercial beekeeping company that trucks bees around the state for honey production and pollination.

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John Hodgen has had poems published in Beloit Poetry Journal, Piedmont Literary Review, The Real Paper, and Yankee Magazine. He lives in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.

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Kathleen Lake is a writer who lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Alison Luterman works as a poet in the schools in Oakland, California.

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Bonnie Maguire taught English in Japan for a year, traveled in Burma, and now lives in Denver, Colorado, where she works at the Tattered Cover Bookstore.

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Sophia de Mello Breyner is considered one of Portugal’s greatest living writers. She is the author of twelve volumes of poetry, short stories, children’s books, and a study of ancient Greek sculpture.

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Richard Messer calls Syracuse, New York, home and teaches creative writing at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Lisa Sapinkopf’s translations have appeared in Poetry, Paris Review, and Partisan Review. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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On The Cover

Mary Bloom is a photographer who lives in New York City.

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