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Contributions by Anne Bradfield:

“The Ladies’ Man”

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Poet Don Winter says: I went from being owner of Southeast Real Estate to poverty after a 1998 divorce and have since taken up the poem, to try to keep my head on straight. I have had work in around 400 journals, including New York Quarterly, Southern Poetry Review, Pearl, Slipstream, Hiram Poetry Review, and Nerve Cowboy. I have published a chapbook of my poems, Things About to Disappear (Bone World Publishing), and a collaboration …

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“1934”

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Poet Linda Bierds is the author of eight books of poetry, including The Seconds (Putnam, 2001); The Profile-Makers (Henry Holt, 1997), which was followed by a 1998 MacArthur Award for Bierds; and, most recently, First Hand (Putnam, 2005). She teaches at the University of Washington. Artist Anne Bradfield lives in Seattle and owns a floral design studio (www.floressencedesign.com). With a background in printmaking and an appreciation for good reads, she thinks broadsides capture the best …

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