Hitching a ride, trusting a partner, marrying the same person three times
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Carolyn Acree is a poet living in Flagstaff, Arizona, where she is working on her master’s degree in English from Northern Arizona University.
Ted Braude is a professional writer, speaker, and financial repairman with a passion for freedom. He lives in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Elizabeth Brownrigg has a master’s degree in creative writing from Warren Wilson College. Her story in this issue is dedicated to her father’s memory and to other family members for their courage and strength. She lives in Durham, North Carolina.
Lou Lipsitz practices the harmonica while driving, because the banjo isn’t quite suited to those conditions. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Alison Luterman’s story in this issue is excerpted from her novel-in-progress, Where Spirits Walk, based on her experiences teaching Haitian refugees in Miami. She lives in Oakland, California.
Frank Ostaseski is the founding director of Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco.
Edwin Romond received a 1994 poetry fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. His poem in this issue is reprinted from his book Home Fire (Belle Mead Press). He lives in Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
Mark Wisniewski is a fiction-writing instructor and author of Writing & Revising Your Fiction (The Writer, Inc.). His stories have appeared in American Short Fiction, Missouri Review, and Fiction International. He lives in New York City.
Gene Zeiger lives and writes in Shelburne, Massachusetts. Her second collection of poems, Leaving Egypt, will be published this spring by White Pine Press.
Martin M. Stone believes we all have our own “social pacifiers.” His is rambling. His photographs will appear in the second Yellow Silk anthology, to be published in January 1995 by Harmony Books. He lives in Marietta, Georgia.
Susan Ganung Tremblay
Andrew W. Snee