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Contributors

October 2011

Writers

Eric Anderson’s poetry was recently published at Conte Online. He still doesn’t have a title for his forthcoming collection of poems, and the situation is becoming desperate. He lives in Elyria, Ohio.

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Lisa Bellamy’s writing has appeared in TriQuarterly, The Massachusetts Review, and Cimarron Review. She lives with her husband in Brooklyn, New York, and teaches at the Writers Studio. When not writing or hiking in the Adirondacks, she dreams up names for the English springer spaniel puppy she will one day bring home.

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Alan Craig is the pseudonym of a writer living on the East Coast.

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Mohandas K. Gandhi

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Gillian Kendall is the editor of Something to Declare: Good Lesbian Travel Writing. She recently sold her house in Australia and is traveling in the Balkans and beyond, seeking work, a life-changing haircut, and a home.

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Kimberley Pittman-Schulz’s first poetry book is Mosslight. She lives in Fieldbrook, California, with her wildlife-biologist husband and two cats and is the director of planned giving for Humboldt State University. She once hang glided off a cliff near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but remains leery of high curbs.

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Ann Joslin Williams is an assistant professor of creative writing at the University of New Hampshire. She is the author of The Woman in the Woods, a collection of linked stories that won the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction, and she was awarded an NEA grant for her first novel, Down from Cascom Mountain. She lives in Lee, New Hampshire.

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Rachel Yoder lives in Iowa City, Iowa. She recently graduated from the nonfiction-writing program at the University of Iowa and now writes about shoes for Nordstrom. Her piece “Some Really Disgusting Essays about Love” is forthcoming in YOU: An Anthology of Essays in the Second Person.

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David Zoby lives in Casper, Wyoming, where he is the director of the honors program at Casper College. His nonfiction has appeared in Ninth Letter and The Missouri Review, and he is coauthor of Fire on the Beach: Recovering the Lost Story of Richard Etheridge and the Pea Island Lifesavers.

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Photographers

Lance Jones lives in Ira, Vermont, and has had his work published in B&W and Photo Life. He says he’s never made more money from his photography than he’s spent on it, so he must do it for love.

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James LePore is a photographer and writer living in South Salem, New York. He is the author of the novel A World I Never Made.

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Gary Matson once appeared on television in New Orleans, Louisiana, dancing under the stars, wearing one orange and one yellow sneaker. He lives in Sunnyside, New York.

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Barbara Morris was a critical-care nurse for twelve years and is now a photographer and painter. She lives in Chico, California.

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Sandra-Lee Phipps worked as a photographer for The Village Voice for eight years. She now lives in Decatur, Georgia, and creates artwork out of things growing in her yard, including her children.

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Kelly Povo saved five hundred Bazooka bubble-gum wrappers and sent them away for her first camera when she was ten. She lives in Lakeville, Minnesota.

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Grant M. Ryan lives in Marquette, Michigan, and works in a group home for disabled people. His photographs have appeared in Detroit’s Metro Times.

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Joshua Sage lives in Port Townsend, Washington.

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Jerry Speier takes photographs for schools, hospitals, nonprofits, and corporations. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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Mike Voss has been a photographer for more than thirty years. He lives in Peotone, Illinois, with his wife, his youngest daughter, and three dogs who are clearly running the household.

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Lloyd Wolf’s most recent book of photographs is Jewish Fathers: A Legacy of Love. He is the chief photographer for the Columbia Pike Documentary Project (www.cpdpcolumbiapike.blogspot.com) and lives in Arlington, Virginia.

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On The Cover

Clemens Kalischer was born in Bavaria and lives in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where he runs the Image Gallery. He took this month’s cover photo “long ago” at the Great Barrington Fairgrounds in Massachusetts. The fairgrounds were abandoned after they suffered a direct hit from a tornado in 1995.

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