Hitching a ride, trusting a partner, marrying the same person three times
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Hal Crowther is a syndicated columnist and author of Unarmed but Dangerous (Longstreet Press). He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
John Detro is a poet and jazz columnist living in Monterey, California. His latest book of poetry is St. Joseph’s Blues (St. Andrews Press).
Cheri Huber teaches at A Center for the Practice of Zen Buddhist Meditation in Mountain View, California. Several books based on her teachings have been published, including The Perils and Pitfalls of Practice (Keep It Simple) and Turning Toward Happiness (Present Perfect Books).
Lyn Lifshin is a poet living in Vienna, Virginia. Her latest book is Blue Tattoo: Poems of the Holocaust (Event Horizon Press).
David Mason is the author of a collection of poems titled The Buried Houses (Story Line Press). He lives in Moorhead, Minnesota.
Erica Helm Meade lives on an island in Puget Sound and divides her time between a psychotherapy practice in Seattle, Washington, and writing at home, where deer and owls visit her garden at night.
Judevine Mountain is a hermit poet and crank who lives in a remote mountainous area of northern Vermont. He can be contacted only through David Budbill.
Earl C. Pike is a writer living in Cleveland, Ohio. He traveled through Vietnam in November and December of 1994.
Mary Connor Ralph lives with her family in the Connecticut River Valley of Massachusetts. Her story in this issue is part of her unpublished collection, Some of the Things That Matter.
Josephine Redlin’s poems have been published in the Antioch Review, the New England Review, and North Dakota Quarterly. She lives in Fresno, California.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
Jennifer Warburg is a freelance photographer and political activist living in Durham, North Carolina.
Andrew W. Snee