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Antler’s latest chapbook is Subterranean Rivulet (Falling Tree Press, RD 4, Box 121, Moravia, NY 13118). He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Ellyn Bache’s third novel, The Activist’s Daughter, will be published next month by Spinsters Ink. She lives in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Poe Ballantine is in search of a publisher for his novel Beauty Is in the Eyes of William Holden. By the time you read this, he will be in Odessa, Texas, or maybe Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, or maybe Great Bend, Kansas.
Brad Bannister lives and writes in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Jennifer Bosveld is director of the Pudding House Writers Resource Center in Johnstown, Ohio, and editor of Pudding Magazine.
Anne Dooley lives in Washington, D.C., where she recently completed work on a novel.
Lyn Lifshin is the author of numerous books of poetry, most recently Cold Comfort (Black Sparrow). She lives in Vienna, Virginia.
Alison Luterman is a poet living in Oakland, California. When she isn’t writing, singing in a chorus, or working for money, she teaches as part of a poets-in-the-schools program.
D. Patrick Miller’s latest book, The Complete Story of the Course: The History, the People, and the Controversies behind “A Course in Miracles,” is forthcoming from Fearless Books, 1678 Shattuck Avenue, #319, Berkeley, CA 94709.
Rebecca Seiferle is the author of The Ripped-Out Seam (Sheep Meadow Press), a collection of poetry. She lives in Farmington, New Mexico.
Kim Stafford is director of the Northwest Writing Institute at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
Clemens Kalischer’s photographs have appeared in Life, Newsweek, and Orion. He lives in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Andrew W. Snee
Julia L. Burke
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