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Contributors

March 1997

Writers

Loraine Campbell, a survivor of the Summer of Love, now lives in Seattle, Washington, and is in search of a publisher for her book Tales from the Borderline.

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Michael Chitwood is a freelance writer living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. His most recent book is Whet (The Ohio Review).

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Colleen Farrell lives in Sonoma County, California, where she works as a copywriter for an international animal-rights organization.

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Thich Nhat Hanh is a Buddhist monk and the author of more than thirty books, including Being Peace (Parallax Press). He lives in France.

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John McNally is the editor of High Infidelity (William Morrow), an anthology of short stories about adultery. He lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Jeff Poniewaz is the author of Dolphin Leaping in the Milky Way (Inland Ocean Books). He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Scarecrow is a poet living in Portland, Oregon. His poem in this issue originally appeared in his chapbook and i the wind (Hummingbird Press).

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Andrew Schwartz teaches writing at the University of California at Berkeley Extension. His essay in this issue is from an unpublished collection.

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Suzanne Tague is a freelance writer and editor living in Chicago. Her work has appeared in Chicago Reader, Chicago Life, and INSIDE.

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Claude Thomas is a combat veteran of the Vietnam War and has two books forthcoming from Parallax Press.

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On The Cover

James H. Evans is a photographer living in Marathon, Texas.

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Editor
Sy Safransky

Business Manager
Ilona Page

Assistant Editor
Andrew W. Snee

Production Manager
Julia L. Burke

Copy Editor
Seth Mirsky

Readers
Colleen Donfield
Ann Humphreys
Bob Rehak

Editorial Office Assistant
Anne Brashear

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