Spring 1988, Volume 5.1
Notes on Contributors
Notes on Contributors
JIM CORBETT (M.A., Harvard U), has been a sheep herder, librarian, range analyst, and teacher of wildland symbiotics. As a member of the Pima Friends Meeting and a volunteer for both the Tucson refugee support group and the Tucson Ecumenical Council, he has helped initiate and establish sanctuary for Central American refugees. During 1985-86, he was one of eleven defendants in the Arizona sanctuary trial and one of three acquitted of all charges.
WILLIAM DOE, Jr. , Class of '88 at Weber State College, is majoring in Art and Graphics Design. His work was featured in Electronic Palette (Exhibition), September 1986-May 1987, in Salt Lake City. Our cover illustration, "Birth of a Culture," was chosen from entries submitted by the graphics design class at Weber State College.
DAVID LEE (Ph.D., U of Utah) is Chair of the Department of Language and Literature at Southern Utah State College. His books include Driving and Drinking and Porcine Canticles. He received a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship in 1986-87.
CONSTANCE L. LIEBER (B.A. U of Utah), historian and freelance writer, has published articles and reviews in Utah Historical Quarterly and Sunstone.
GREG LUTHI (M.A., Kansas State U) is presently working on his Ph.D. in Creative Writing at Oklahoma State University. "Grace" is his first published story.
ROBERT MIKKELSEN (Ph.D. U of Utah) is Professor of English at Weber State College. He has published poetry and articles in Concerning Poetry, Western Humanities Review, Weber Studies, and Carleton Miscellany.
MAUREEN O'NEILL (M.F.A. in Creative Writing, U of Arizona) is currently a freelance editor at Microsoft Corporation in Seattle. She has published poetry in Seattle Voice and Primavera , and an essay titled "On Climbing" in Backbone, which will be published in a forthcoming anthology, The Mountain Is Our Mirror: Essays by Women on Mountaineering. O'Neill describes herself as an "alpine climber."
JOHN SILLITO (M.A., U of Utah) is Archivist and Assistant Professor of Library Science at Weber State College. He has published articles and reviews in Utah Historical Quarterly, Dialogue, Sunstone, Chicago History, and Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
ONA SIPORIN (B.A., Boise State U) is currently writer/editor for Western Historical Quarterly and instructor in historical editing. Ms. Siporin has published poetry and fiction in several literary magazines and recently completed her first full-length book of poems with a Writing Fellowship from the Idaho Commission on the Arts.
CLARICE SHORT (1910-1977) taught English at the U of Utah after receiving her Ph.D. at Cornell U. Her collection of poems, The Old One and the Wind, was published by the U of Utah Press in 1973. Her articles and poems have appeared in Western Humanities Review, Poetry Northwest, College English and others.
DAVID STANLEY (Ph.D. U of Texas, Austin) is Assistant Folk Art Coordinator of Utah Arts Council. He was a Peace Corps volunteer in India during 1964-66.
EILEEN SCHULTZ TARCAY (M.A., U of Utah; M.A. Johns Hopkins U), is a freelance writer (editor, critic, poet) living in Baltimore. She has published articles in Western Humanities Review, Western Folklore, and others.