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Jeffery Beame is working on a book of poems called The Song of Tirza, “the story so far of the light burning, the light endurance, what is to give light.”
Joe Blankenship’s book of poems is called Serpent Child.
Judy Bratten lives with the sound of two little girls and hope springing eternal.
Lawrence Bullock has moved to Greensboro and lives with the sound of his Muse insisting “it will be written.”
Betsy Campbell Blackwell works for the Southern Economic Journal and has only herself to give away.
Leaf Diamant is a human awareness counsellor with an understanding ear and a kind heart.
William Gaither lives in Durham with the sound of his typewriter and his cat.
Karl Grossman is a reporter for The Long Island Press and lives with the sound of his own laughter.
Julia Hardy is an editor of Theta magazine, published by the Psychical Research Foundation in Durham.
David Hood will be teaching high school next year but right now he’s in love.
Donna Lowery is a seamstress who likes to garden and help local farmers (Vilas, North Carolina) with their harvesting.
Marilyn Michael’s book of poems, The Moon Peelers, was published in 1973 by Minerva Press, Birmingham, Ala.
Hal Richman helped establish the Community Food Coop in Chapel Hill.
John Rosenthal is a Chapel Hill photographer.
David Royle is president of the Sports Club Council at UNC-Chapel Hill and lives with the sound of many puppies, any one of which is yours for the asking.
Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.
Roger Sauls is the Anvil’s poetry editor and the author of a book of verse, Light, published by The Loom Press.
David Searls is the guy who tried to sell you the Brooklyn Bridge.
Daryl Wally is an architect, artist, poet and potter interested in space and time and Mother Earth.
William H. Willimon is assistant professor of liturgy and worship at the Duke University Divinity School.
Editor and Publisher
Priscilla Rich Safransky