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Contributors

May 1999

Writers

Deborah Y. Abramson lives in Boston, Massachusetts, and is enrolled in the MFA program in creative nonfiction at Goucher College. Her work has appeared in the Boston Phoenix and Metropolis.

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Jessica Anya Blau lives in Baltimore, Maryland, where she stays home and cares for her two daughters. She recently finished a novel and a screenplay, and is in search of a buyer for both.

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Richard Klein is a professor of French at Cornell University and the author of Cigarettes Are Sublime (Duke University Press).

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Stephen J. Lyons lives in Pullman, Washington. He recently received a letter informing him that he is a finalist in the Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes. If he wins, he plans to continue working, but with a different attitude.

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Lee Rossi is a poet living in Los Angeles. He is developing an on-line service called Screensaver of the Month, which will offer quotations chosen to perplex and offend supervisors and colleagues.

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Mark Smith-Soto is a poet and teacher living in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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Linda Moore Spencer’s story in this issue “makes an even hundred works published — but who’s counting?” She lives in Northampton, Massachusetts, and is currently working on a collection of short stories.

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Gene Zeiger lives beside a six-hundred-acre bird sanctuary in western Massachusetts with her husband, Bill, and thirty-two houseplants.

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On The Cover

While she’s without a darkroom, Robyn McDaniels has been writing every day and experimenting with her photographs on the computer. She lives in Moorhead, Minnesota.

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