Contributors -- June 1996
Bina Altera (cover art), is an illustrator whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Boston Magazine, and The Boston Globe. Her work was recently recognized by The Visual Club, an art forum in New York City. Altera is an owner and the curator of The Smoking Gallery, in Boston, which is committed to presenting the work of unconventional young artists.
Robert Campbell ("Eads to Glinka"), is the architecture critic for The Boston Globe and a co-author, with Peter Vanderwarker, of Cityscapes of Boston: An American City Through Time (1992). He received the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for criticism.
Edward J. Delaney ("Conspiracy Buffs"), lives in Fall River, Massachusetts. His short story "The Drowning" (March, 1994, Atlantic) was selected for Best American Short Stories 1995 and Prize Stories 1995: The O. Henry Awards .
Ian Frazier ("Accompanying Franz"), is a writer of humor and nonfiction. He is the author of Great Plains (1989) and Family (1994). A collection of Frazier's humorous essays, Coyote v. Acme , will be published this month.
Brendan Galvin ("Listening to the Garden"), teaches literature and creative writing at Central Connecticut State University. He is the author of Saints in Their Ox-Hide Boat (1992). His new book, Sky and Island Light, will be published this fall.
Jane Hirshfield ("Three Foxes by the Edge of the Field at Twilight"), is the author of The October Palace (1994).
Stephen Wrage ("Watering to Endanger"), is a specialist in international affairs. His articles have appeared in The Asian Wall Street Journal, The International Herald Tribune , and The Washington Post .
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The Atlantic Monthly; June 1996; Contributors; Volume 277, No. 6; page 6.