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Keith Eisner is a poet and fiction writer living in Pago Pago, American Samoa.
David Guy is the author of four novels, the most recent being The Autobiography of My Body (Plume). His essay in this issue is the first chapter of a memoir in progress. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.
Thich Nhat Hanh is a poet, Zen master, and peace activist. He is the author of seventy-five books, including Being Peace, The Miracle of Mindfulness, and The Sun My Heart, all from Parallax Press.
Daniela Kuper is a writer living in Colorado. Her short stories have appeared in the Cream City Review, Mobius, Coe Review, and the anthology Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (The Crossing Press).
Alison Luterman recently traveled to Santiago, Cuba, to sing in an international choral festival; her group was the only American chorus to participate. She lives and writes in Oakland, California.
Edwin Romond has been teaching high-school English for twenty-five years. He is the author of Home Fire (Belle Mead Press) and lives in Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania.
Sharman Apt Russell teaches writing at Western New Mexico University. She is the author of the forthcoming When the World Was Young: Love and Longing in American Archaeology (Addison-Wesley).
Jessica Shattuck recently graduated from Harvard and is now in limbo. She lives in New York City.
Sparrow has been spending time in the country outside New York City and is experiencing culture shock. He writes, “I hate America, may it miserably suffer, and I hate my hatred of it.”
Jan-Ruth White is a writer living in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Marvin W. Schwartz works as a photographer in the United States, Europe, and the Caribbean. He lives in New York City.
Andrew W. Snee