Contributors to This Issue
DIANA AUBORG is a sophomore at Syracuse University.
SVEN BIRKERTS is the author of The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age (Faber & Faber).
STEPHEN BLUESTONE is professor of English at Mercer University. His collection of poems, The Laughing Monkeys of Gravity, is forthcoming from Mercer University Press in January.
JEANA BROWN is a junior at Yale University.
LAUREL ELKIND , an editor at The Reader's Catalog, is at work on a collection of short stories.
KERRY FRIED is an editor at The New York Review of Books, where she has published several articles.
MATTHEW GIBSON is currently an advisor to a youth council started by Boston Freedom Summer.
DONALD HALL is the author of many prize-wining volumes of poetry and essays. His most recent books are Life Work and The Museum of Clear Ideas.
MARK LaFLAUR lives in New York City, where he is at work on a novel. His book reviews have appeared in The Village Voice, The San Francisco Chronicle, and The American Book Review.
TAMARA MACK-LOWE is a sophomore at Yale University.
CHINYELU MARTIN graduated from Emory University, where he majored in education. He now works with YouthBuild Boston.
GAIL MAZUR is the author of three books of poems: Nightfire, The Pose of Happiness, and The Common (forthcoming from the University of Chicago Press).
TOM PAINE graduated from Princeton University and is a fellow in Columbia University's Graduate program in creative writing. His fiction has been published in The New Yorker.
CYNTHIA SILVA PARKER was Administrative Director, Boston Freedom Summer '94. A member of the Azusa Christian Community, Parker lives in Four Corners with her husband and two sons.
JUDY RICHARDSON has been on the production staff of Blackside's Eyes on the Prize since 1979, coproduced its Malcom X documentary, was series associate producer for Eyes II, and is currently its education director. She was also a staff member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) on their projects throughout the South during the early 1960s.
VIVIAN ROTHSTEIN is Executive Director of the Ocean Park Community Center which runs emergency shelters and services for homeless adults and families, battered women and their children, and homeless/runaway youth.
GEORGE SCIALABBA , a freelance writer, lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
ALAN SHAPIRO 's last book of poems, Covenant, was published in 1991 by the University of Chicago Press. His next book, Mixed Company, will be published by Chicago in spring 1996.
ALAN A. STONE is a psychoanalyst who teaches Law and Psychology and Law and Medicine at Harvard Law School.
RABBI FRANK WALDORF has been spiritual leader of Temple Sinai in Brookline, MA for 20 years. He is the Convener of the Black/Jewish clergy dialogue at the Jewish Community Relations Council in Greater Boston.