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  Contributors' Notes

Rafael Campo's second book of poems will be published next year by Duke University Press. A collection of his prose is due out later this year from Norton.

Don Colburn is a reporter at The Washington Post. He was a winner of the 1993 Discovery/The Nation prize for poetry.

Alfred Corn's most recent book is titled Autobiographies. He teaches in the writing division at Columbia University.

Ronnie Dugger is a social-policy journalist, founding editor of The Texas Observer, and author of biographies of Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan. During the next academic year he will be affiliated with Harvard University's Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy. He has voted for every Democratic presidential nominee since 1952.

Randall Forsberg is Director of the Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies in Cambridge, MA, which she founded in 1979 after working for many years at the Stockholm International Peace Reseach Institute. Since the mid-1980s she has been developing concepts for a cooperative security system.

Edwin Frank is co-founder of Alef Books, a small press devoted to poetry and works in translation. His poems have appeared in The New York Review of Books, AGNI, Publisher's Weekly, and the San Francisco Review of Books.

Paul Gediman, a freelance writer living in New York, has written about books for Commonweal, The Forward, and Mirabella.

Neil Gordon is an advisory editor at the Boston Review and Managing Editor of The Reader's Catalog. His novel, Sacrifice of Isaac, will be published in July.

Michael Greenberg is a free-lance writer who lives in New York. His fiction has appeared in many magazines, and he is currently completing a novel. He is a frequent contributor to the Boston Review.

Rachel Hadas' most recent book of poetry, The Empty Bed, was published this spring by Wesleyan University Press. A new book of prose, The Double Legacy, will be published this winter by Faber & Faber.

Joseph Harrison's poetry has appeared in The Paris Review and The Western Humanities Review. His manuscript The Fly in the Ointment is currently seeking a publisher.

Jay Parini, a poet and novelist, teaches at Middlebury College. He recently edited the Anthology of American Poetry.

Martha Rhodes is the author of At the Gate, a poetry collection published by Provincetown Arts Press. She is a founding editor of Four Way Books and director of the CCS Reading Series in New York City.

Eugene F. Rivers, 3d is a fellow at the Center for the Study of Values and Public Life at Harvard Divinity School and a member of Boston's Point Coalition.

Sue Standing's most recent collection of poems is Gravida, published by Four Way Books. She directs the Creative Writing Program at Wheaton College.

Rachel Stoll is on staff at The New York Review of Books and Granta.

Alan A. Stone is Touroff-Glueck Professor of Law and Psychiatry at Harvard Law School.

Judith Jarvis Thomson is Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Philosophy at MIT.



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