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Antonia Clark works as a medical and science writer at the University of Vermont by day. By night she writes and plays the accordion. She lives in Winooski, Vermont.
Vanderbilt Glass is a machinist and part-time college English instructor living in Belmont, North Carolina.
Christine Japely writes fiction, poetry, and essays. She lives on the edge of New York City.
Gillian Kendall writes, does Reiki, and is as eccentric as she can be living in Birmingham, Alabama.
Wayne Liebman is a physician and author of Tending the Fire: The Ritual Men’s Group (Ally Press). He lives in Los Angeles.
Lyn Lifshin’s most recent book is Cold Comfort: Selected Poems 1970–1996 (Black Sparrow). She lives in Vienna, Virginia.
Alison Luterman is a writer who teaches poetry in the schools. She lives in Oakland, California.
Marco Mascarin is a documentary filmmaker, writer, and visual artist living in Seattle, Washington. His latest film is My Native Self.
Mary-Beth O’Shea-Noonan’s first chapbook, Hungry Grass, is forthcoming from Amherst Writers and Artists Press. She lives in Worthington, Massachusetts.
Andrew Ramer’s latest books are Revelations for a New Millennium (HarperSanFrancisco) and Two Flutes Playing (Alamo Square Press). He lives in Menlo Park, California.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
Valerie Schultz is an essayist and fiction writer whose work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Mothering, and Commonweal. She lives in Tehachapi, California.
Leslie Shiel is a poet who teaches at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
Sybil Smith recently wrote the screenplay for a movie based on her unpublished book My Mother’s Early Lovers. She lives in Norwich, Vermont.
Harry Wilson is a photographer and art professor at Bakersfield College in California.
Andrew W. Snee
Julia L. Burke
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