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116 THE MINNESOTA REVIEW CONTRIBUTORS LEE BAXANDALL from Oshkosh, Wisconsin editedRadicalPerspectives in the Arts. Marcia Blumenthal Uves in Indianapolis. WILLIAM E. CAIN teaches at WeUesley College. INARA CEDRINS has pubUshed poems, stories and wood engravings in Kansas Quarterly, Nimrod, and The North AmericanReview, among others. A coUection ofpoems in the Latvian and wood engravings will be pubUshed this year by Roast Pigeon Press. SUZANNE CLARK DOEREN is from South Laguna, California. MARGARET GIBSON, from Connecticut, had a poem in NS8. EMERY GEORGE has been translating and pubUshing his translations of Radnóti's poems for severalyears. In 1977 Ardis pubUshed a coUectionof50 translations under the title Subway Stops. DAVID GROSS teaches at the University of Colorado at Boulder. JOAN JOFFE HALL Uves with her two sons near the University of Connecticut where she has taught EngUsh since 1963. Her first book ofpoems, TheRiftZone, was pubUshed last spring by the Curbstone Press. TOM HANSEN is from Aberdeen, South Dakota. CAROLINE KNOX is a student of the Ph.D. program in Creative Writing in the EngUsh Department of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, Anglican TheologicalReview, and Cream City Review. LOLETTE KUBY is from Cleveland, Ohio. ALAN MANDELL teaches at Empire State CoUege, State University of New York in White Plains, New York. JANE MARCUS reviewed Spater and Parsons' A Marriage ofTrue Minds in the last issue. She Uves in Evanston, Illinois. CHARLES MAY teaches at California State University in Long Beach. ROGER MITCHELL is back. FELICE NEWMAN is from Bowling Green, Ohio. She edited Cameos: New SmallPress Women Poets, The Crossing Press, and is among the editors of Motheroot PubUcations. ANTONY OLDKNOW Uves in Nekoosa, Wisconsin and wrote Consolation forBeggars. Part I ofDAVID PECK'S bibUography is in the double issue NS 2/3 (1974). Part II appeared in NS7 (1976). FRED PFEIL has taught at Stanford, on a Navy Ught destroyer in the Pacific, and now at Stephens CoUege. MIKLOS RADNOTI is currently celebrated as one of Hungary's most important poets since World War I. Six collections of his verse appeared before the Nazis killed him in 1944; a seventh, including the contents of a camp notebook found on his remains, was pubUshed posthumously under the title Sky with Clouds (1946). W. G. REGIER teaches at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. DAVID ROLDIGER teaches at Northwestern University. MARTHA ROSLER Uve in San Francisco, CaUfornia. PAUL ST VINCENT Uves in Hull England and had poems in NS8. SUSAN FROMBERG SCHAEFFER from Brooklyn, New York, had a poem in NS7. ROGER TAUS writes and edits in Los Angeles, California. We are sorry to report that JOAN MALORY WEBBER was killed in a climbing accident in October. Her poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, Prairie Schooner, BeloitPoetryJournal, MR, and others. MARC ZIMMERMAN has pubUshed Marxist articles in the New German Critique, Sub-Stance, and Praxis among others. He works with Chicane migrant farmworkers in St. Paul, Minnesota. Our apologies to BRENDAN GALVIN who had poems in NSlO and NSl1, but appeared as Brenda Galvin in NSl1, and to CONTRIBUTORS U 7 LEE LOWENFISH from New York whose name was omitted from the contributors notes. He reviewed Smith's AlgerHiss: The True Story, Weinstein's Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case, and Gornick's TheRomance ofAmerican Communism in NSl 1 . ...


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