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Contributors

January 1978

Writers

Steven Ford Brown is the editor of Aura, the literary arts review of the University of Alabama in Birmingham.

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Lawrence Bullock is a poet from Durham.

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Cynthia Cahn is from Boca Raton, Florida.

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Betsy Campbell

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David Citino is from Marion, Ohio.

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Gordon Eatman is back in Chapel Hill, after studying chiropractic in California.

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Steven Forrest is a professional astrologer working primarily in personal consultation and teaching. He lives in Chapel Hill (929-4287).

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Frank Graziano is the editor of the Grilled Flowers Press in Tucson, Arizona.

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David M. Guy is a novelist and short story writer living in Durham.

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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.

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Barry Jacobs writes and rewrites, sometimes with a cigar in his mouth.

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Bruce Paine is a seven-foot-tall macro.

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Sy Safransky has been staying up nights listening to Ram Dass tapes, eating chocolate bars, and finishing this issue.

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Dee Dee Small

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Bradford Stark is the author of two books of poetry, An Unlikely But Noble Kingdom and The Burden of Time.

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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.

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On The Cover

Priscilla Rich Safransky never misses Bewitched at 5 o’clock.

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