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Contributors

February 1997

Writers

Antler follows Walt Whitman’s invocation of the poet as “itinerant gladness scatterer.” He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and is the author of Factory (City Lights) and Last Words (Ballantine).

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Poe Ballantine in search of a publisher for his novel Beauty Is in the Eyes of William Holden. He lives in Encinitas, California.

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Mary Cross lives in Chicago and teaches memoir writing at DePaul and Northwestern Universities. She is the author of a collection of poems titled Rooms, Which Were People (Ohio State University Press).

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John Taylor Gatto is a former schoolteacher and the author of Dumbing Us Down (New Society) and The Exhausted School (Oxford Village Press). He lives in New York City.

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Alison Luterman lives in Oakland, California, where she writes, sings in a chorus, and teaches as part of the “poets in the schools” program.

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Helena Norberg-Hodge is the author of Ancient Futures: Learning from Ladakh (Sierra Club Books). She is currently working on a book about the spread of global monoculture.

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Andrew Ramer lives in Menlo Park, California. His book Revelations for a New Millenium will be published in March by Harper San Francisco.

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Pat Schneider is founder and director of Amherst Writers and Artists, and the author of five books, including Wake Up Laughing: A Spiritual Autobiography (Negative Capability Press). She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.

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Sparrow was recently kissed by Allen Ginsberg.

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Sue Versenyi’s poems have appeared in Ploughshares, Painted Bride Quarterly, and Seneca Review. She lives in Carrboro, North Carolina.

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Jane Webster is a writer living in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She works as a cook in a health-food store, where she is surrounded by hypochondriacs.

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On The Cover

Gary Oliveira’s photographs have appeared in culturefront, Public Culture, and the Seattle Times. He lives in Seattle, Washington, where he teaches at Green River College.

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