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CONTRIBUTORS' NOTES Mark Costello is an assistant district attorney in the office of special narcotics prosecution, New York City. Diana Hume George is the author of several books of criticism and poetry, including Blake and Freud, Oedipus Anne: The Poetry of Anne Sexton, and The Resurrection of the Body. Richard Selzer is a retired surgeon, the author of Mortal Lessons and the forthcoming Imagine A Woman. David Foster Wallace is a student and writer living in Cambridge, MA. Kathryn Chetkovich lives in Boulder Creek, CA. This is her first published story. Scott Lasser's fiction has appeared in the Hawaii Review, Detroit News, etc. Lucile Lichtblau has stories appearing in Good Housekeeping, Chariton Review, etc. Bill Meissner has published many stories and three volumes of poetry. He recently was awarded the Loft-McKnight Award of Distinction in Fiction. Josip Novakovich has published in Ploughshares, Antaeus, etc., and has a collection of stories forthcoming from Paris Review Editions. Max Phillips' stories and poems have appeared in The Atlantic, The Antioch Review, The Village Voice, etc. Thomas Zigal has published short fiction in New Letters, Texas Quarterly, Minnesota Review, etc. Marck L. Beggs-Uema is the Managing Editor of The Denver Quarterly and has recent poems in Willow Springs, Manhattan Poetry Review, etc. Robin Behn's collection Paper Bird won the AWP Award. She has new poems in Iowa Review, Ploughshares, Agni Review, etc. Christopher Buckley's fifth collection, Blue Autumn, has been recently published. Gillian Conoley's Tall Stranger will be out soon. Her previous book is Some Gangster Pain. Wayne Dodd's most recent books are Echoes of the Unspoken, Sometimes Music Rises, and The Names You Gave It. Ken Fifer is the author of Falling Man and the editor of three anthologies of poems by children. Norman Finkelstein is the author of The Utopian Moment in Contemporary American Poetry. James Harms has recent or forthcoming poems in The American Poetry Review, The Kenyon Review, etc. Brooke Horvath is an Associate Editor of The Review of Contemporary Fiction. Jane Hirshfield's most recent collection is Of Gravity and Angels. Edward Kleinschmidt's second book of poems, F/rsf Language, published this year, was awarded the 1989 Juniper Prize. Tracy Philpot has poems in Antioch Review, Black Warrior Review, etc. Bin Ramke's The Erotic Light of Gardens was published in the fall of 1989. David Ray has published more than a dozen books of poetry, including The Maharani's New Wall. Eugene Richie's poems have appeared in Poetry New York and elsewhere. His book, Moire, appeared last year. Mark Rudman's books include By Contraries: Poems 1979-84, and the forthcoming The Nowhere Steps. Nicholas Samaras is currently translating the work of the late Greek poet, Tasos Leivaditis. Susan Schultz has recent poems in Chicago Review, The Denver Quarterly, and Verse. Jorge Teillier was born in 1935 in the south of Chile. He is the author of eight poetry collections which have won numerous awards and prizes. Arthur Vogelsang's books of poetry are A Planet and Twentieth Century Woman. Patricia Wilcox has had work appearing in The New Republic, The Denver Quarterly, etc. Her latest collection is An Exile from Silence. Carolyne Wright is a widely published poet, essayist, and translator whose work has appeared a number of times in The Missouri Review. ...


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