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Steven Ford Brown is the editor of Aura, the literary arts review of the University of Alabama in Birmingham.
Lawrence Bullock is a poet from Durham.
Cynthia Cahn is from Boca Raton, Florida.
Betsy Campbell Blackwell never misses Andy Griffith at 7 o’clock.
David Citino is from Marion, Ohio.
Gordon Eatman is back in Chapel Hill, after studying chiropractic in California.
Steven Forrest is a professional astrologer working primarily in personal consultation and teaching. He lives in Chapel Hill.
Frank Graziano is the editor of the Grilled Flowers Press in Tucson, Arizona.
David M. Guy is a novelist and short story writer living in Durham.
Will Inman lives in Tucson, Arizona desert country, where life is “dogged and miraculous.” He grew up in North Carolina, and has taught at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland.
Barry Jacobs writes and rewrites, sometimes with a cigar in his mouth.
Bruce Paine is a seven-foot-tall macro.
Sy Safransky has been staying up nights listening to Ram Dass tapes, eating chocolate bars, and finishing this issue.
Dee Dee Small is now selling advertising for The Sun.
Bradford Stark is the author of two books of poetry, An Unlikely But Noble Kingdom and The Burden of Time.
David Terrenoire says he has “started a new romance, perhaps that should be Romance” and has traded in his frigid claw hammer for the warmth of an indoor job with a Durham ad agency.
Priscilla Rich Safransky never misses Bewitched at 5 o’clock.
Priscilla Rich Safransky
Betsy Campbell Blackwell
Dee Dee Small