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Jeffery Beame is a Chapel Hill poet. He and his wife, DJ, have taken the wheel of the COSMEP book van, which will tour the country selling small press books and magazines.
Eilene Bisgrove is an artist who lives in Chapel Hill, N.C. She does color therapy at her home, teaches yoga, and does “meditative portraits” by commission.
Steven Ford Brown is the editor of Aura, the literary arts review of the University of Alabama in Birmingham.
Chris Bursk will have a book of poetry coming out soon from Houghton-Mifflin. He lives in Langhorne Manor, Pennsylvania.
Cary Fowler writes regularly for The Sun on food-related issues. He is co-author, with Frances Moore Lappé and Joseph Collins, of Food First.
Frank Graziano lives in Iowa City, where he’s the editor of the Grilled Flowers Press. “Iowa has its share of beauty,” he writes, “if one can keep a distance from the politics, etc. that tend to blur it over. Here, it seems, poetry is the stem, and politics the rose. Urgg.”
David M. Guy is a writer and former schoolteacher living in Durham, N.C.
Misty Hasman once belonged to an Anglican Community in New York City. She entered at 17 and stayed there four-and-a-half years. She is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and is now working on her masters at Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont, which is an independent writing program. She lives in Chapel Hill.
Russell McDougal is a photographer from Chickasha, Oklahoma.
Errol Miller is a poet from Monroe, Louisiana.
Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.
Richard Heckler lives and works in the coastal foothills north of San Francisco and is studying anarchy with his one-year-old son.
Leah Palmer Preiss is a free-lance artist from Lexington, Kentucky.
Priscilla Rich Safransky