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Lightning Allan Brown is a poet, computer programmer and political activist who lives in Chapel Hill, N.C. His reporting appears regularly in the North Carolina Anvil.
Natalia d’Arbeloff is an artist and printmaker who lives in London, England.
Buckminster Fuller, now 87, is a one-man global institution: the genial grandfather of American inventiveness, the man who geodesically squared the circle, the best-known American thinker alive.
Thaddeus Golas is the author of The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment. He lives in Redway, California.
Patrick Miller is a poet.
Howard Jay Rubin is a writer who lives in Durham, N.C.
Jerome Rubin is Howard’s father. He lives in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, where he’s an advertising executive.
From April 1981:
Cheryl N. Schilling lives and writes in Everett, Washington.
Michael Shorb is a writer who lives in San Francisco, California.
Ian Von Essen is an archaeologist who lives in Carrboro, N.C.
Thanks to Anne Schaaf