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-Contributor's NotesDavid Aronson lives and works in the Philadelphia area where he once owned and operated an art school. His quirky art combines traditional media such as oil, watercolor, ink, graphite, and colored pencil with digital media and digital collage. He has created CD covers, music posters, and tour t-shirts. His commissions include: MTV2, Fuse, BigNews, and the New York]ournal of Art and Literature. http://www.alchemicalwedding.com Giselda Beaudin received her BA in Comparative Literature from Brown University and her MAin English and Creative Writing from Binghamton University, where she served as a fiction editor for Harpur Palate. She has recently had work published in Ellipsis. Sarah Blackman is an MFA student at the University of Alabama where she has served as the fiction editor of the Black Warrior Review. Her poetry and fiction has most recently appeared or is forthcoming in the Best New American Voices, 2006, The Laurel Review, Oxford-American Magazine and

The Gettysburg Review. Jon Boilard was born and raised in Western New England. He has been living and writing in the San Francisco area since 1986. His stories have been published extensively in literary journals in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia. One was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, another won the Sean O'Faolain Award and several others have earned individual small press honors. Jon was recently invited to read his work at the Frank O'Connor Short Story Festival in Cork, Ireland. Rose Bunch is a native of Arkansas who has just completed an MFA at the University of Montana in Fiction. Her nonfiction essay "Ghosts" was awarded an honorable mention from The Atlantic Monthly for their 2005 Student Nonfiction Contest. Furthermore, her work received third place in this year's Playboy's College Fiction Contest. She will be joining the University of Missouri's doctoral program in creative writing next fall. Peter Desy retired early from the English Department at Ohio University. Now the migraines have abated. He has poems in or forthcoming from

Green Mountains Review, Shenandoah, Connecticut Review, Louisiana Literature, Poetry East, other journals, as well as a poetry collection Driving from Columbus and two chapbooks. K.E. Duffin's book of poems, King Vulture, was published by The University of Arkansas Press in 2005. Her work has appeared in Agni, Chelsea,

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Fugue 31 - Summer/Fall 2006 (No. 31)  

The Literary Digest of the University of Idaho