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Contributors

June 2001

Writers

Steve Almond’s short-story collection My Life in Heavy Metal will be published by Grove Atlantic in early 2002. His work has appeared in Playboy, Zoetrope, Missouri Re­view, and the Southern Review. He lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, and is at work on a novel.

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Lou Lipsitz has been working for three years on a poem commenting on Rilke’s “Torso of an Archaic Apollo.” He’s written the first three lines. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and is in search of a publisher for his new poetry manuscript, The Missing Father.

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Alison Luterman is a poet and essayist living in Oakland, California. Her book of poems The Largest Possible Life was recently published by Cleveland State University Press.

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Pat MacEnulty lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is the host and writer for a public-radio program called Stories in the Air.

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Michael Matkin is a freelance writer who lives in Brooklyn, New York, and stays sane by kayaking in the surprisingly beautiful waters around the city.

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Thomas Moore is the author of Care of the Soul, Soul Mates, and The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life. He has also been a Catholic monk, a therapist, and a college professor. He lives in New Hampshire.

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Jeff Walt’s first poetry collection, The Danger in Everything, was recently published by Mad River Books of Vermont. He lives in Acton, Massachusetts.

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Genie Zeiger is a poet and essayist living in Shelburne, Massachusetts. Her latest book is How I Find Her: A Mother’s Dying and a Daughter’s Life (Sherman Asher).

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On The Cover

Lisa Wiltse is a freelance photojournalist living in Brooklyn, New York.

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