With a broken-down oven, in a hotel kitchen, on an uninhabited island
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Alan D. Brilliant lives and writes in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Wendy Ellyn is a writer from Sebastopol, California.
Stephen W. Hyde lives, writes, and farms in Pownal, Maine.
Mark Jacobs, whose fiction has appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, is a foreign service officer serving in Paraguay. He is seeking a publisher for his novel Volunteer, set in Central America during the Sandinista-Contra war.
Kristin Levine is an occupational therapist and doctoral student in clinical psychology. She lives in rural New Hampshire and is writing a novel.
Alison Luterman lives in Oakland, California. Of herself, she writes, “I love my husband, my family, and Jewish music. I have trouble sleeping and can’t get the hang of wearing pantyhose.”
Lesley E. Palmer, whose work has appeared in Karamu, Ginger Hill, and Folio, lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Candace Perry is a psychotherapist who lives in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. She writes that after twenty years as a therapist “the work does not get any easier, simpler, or less heartbreaking.”
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
Sparrow writes, “People are always surprised by how quiet our apartment is, though we live in downtown Manhattan. Our windows overlook a courtyard off a street controlled by the Mafia, so the calm of the Mafia saturates us.”
Michael Ventura is the author of Shadow Dancing in the USA (J. P. Tarcher), a compilation of essays. He lives in Los Angeles.
Jason Langer is a photographer from San Francisco.
Susan E. Ganung
Pamela Tarr Penick
Andrew W. Snee