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Cathy Smith Bowers (
"Learning How to Pray") is the author of The Love That Ended Yesterday in Texas (1992).
Chandler Burr ("The AIDS Exception: Privacy vs. Public Health") is the author
of A Separate Creation: The Search for the Biological Origins of Sexual
Ivan Chermayeff (cover art) is a designer, a painter, and an illustrator who
has received numerous awards from the Type Directors Club, the American
Institute of Graphic Arts, the Society of Illustrators, and the Art Directors
Club of New York.
Francis Davis ("The Man From Heaven") is a contributing editor of The
Greg Delanty ("Tagging the Stealer") is the author of American Wake
John Fleischman ("Late Edition") is the author of The Ohio Lands (1995),
an illustrated book about the evolution of the Ohio landscape.
Ian Frazier ("The Positive Negative") is the author of Great Plains
(1989), Family (1994), and Coyote v. Acme (1996).
Brendan Galvin ("An Explanation") is the author of Sky and Island Light
Reginald Gibbons ("Kiss") is the author of Sweetbitter (1996), a novel.
Brooks Haxton ("Sanskrit by First Snowfall by Brooks Haxton") is the author of Dead Reckoning
(1989) and The Sun at Night (1995).
Larry Heinemann ("The Fragging") is the author of Paco's Story, which
received the National Book Award for fiction in 1987.
Patricia Hooper ("Prayer") is the author of Other Lives (1984) and The
Flowering Trees (1995).
Harlow A. Hyde ("Slow Death in the Great Plains") is a budget officer for the
State of Nebraska.
Mark Jarman ("Psalm") teaches English literature at Vanderbilt University. His
collection of poems Questions for Ecclesiastes was published in
Ralph Lombreglia ("The Life of Job in Exurbia") is the author of the
short-story collections Men Under Water (1990) and Make Me Work
Randall Rothenberg ("How Powerful Is Advertising?") the editorial director of
Esquire, is the author of Where the Suckers Moon: An
Advertising Story (1994).
David J. Rothman ("Not My Leg") is the author of Dominion of Shadow
Mark Sagoff ("Do We Consume Too Much?") is the author of The Economy of the
Earth (1988). He does research for the Institute of Philosophy and Public
Policy at the University of Maryland.
Jeffrey Tayler ("Transylvania Today") is a writer who lives in Moscow and has
traveled extensively in Eastern Europe.
Evelyn Toynton ("The Wittgenstein Controversy") is a writer whose work has
appeared in The New York Times Book Review and various other
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The Atlantic Monthly; May 1997; Contributors;
Volume 279, No. 6; page 6.