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Contributors

October 1994

Writers

P. J. Frieder is a writer and recovering lawyer living in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with a husband, a daughter, and a dog.

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Diana Greene lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in a house with an attic she can call her own. She is the author of 79 Ways to Calm a Crying Baby (Simon & Schuster).

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Susan Griffin is a feminist poet, essayist, lecturer, teacher, playwright, and filmmaker. Her books include Women and Nature: The Roaring Inside Her and Pornography and Silence: Culture’s Revenge Against Nature. She lives in Berkeley, California.

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Bill Holland, a former naval aviator, writes and teaches in Atlantic Beach, Florida, where he lives with his family, two dogs, two cats, and a missing hamster.

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Alison Luterman is a poet and novelist who lives in Oakland, California.

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William Luvaas teaches writing at the University of California at San Diego. His new novel, Going Under (Putnam), comes out in November. He lives in San Marcos, California.

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Judevine Mountain is the pseudonym for a hermit poet who lives in the remote mountains of northern Vermont. He can be contacted only through David Budbill.

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Jim Ralston is writing and acting in his own movie, We’ve Got It Made, about a man struggling with unemployment and, consequently, troubles at home. He lives in Petersburg, West Virginia.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Juliet Wittman writes a health column for the Boulder Daily Camera and is currently at work on a novel. She lives with her husband and daughter in Boulder, Colorado.

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On The Cover

John Ruebartsch is a photographer in love with Latin America — though he lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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