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Sara will spend this weekend interviewing the band Blur for the Detroit-based magazine Left Bank. A senior, she plans to pursue an
MFA in creative writing after graduation. As a back-yg plan, she intends to teach English in Lithuania. Currently, she is an ESL tutor
with the Washtenaw Literacy program.

The writer says: "In 1846, after the murder and dismemberment of several city offi-
cials from -Jackson, Mich., Fritz Garner Swanson began transporting his original
model for what would later become the steam powered telephone to what is pre-
sent day Ann Arbor. Subsisting only on rare books and rodents, the Young Swanson
passed his time in hiding perfecting the machine until it was lost in the Great Fire
of '09. Angered and embittered, he then embarked on his current carreer as a dia-
bolical writer, which has yet to bear any fruit. Contact Fritz at fgs@umich.edu."

Originally from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England, Paul left home at the age of 18 1
ketch. He subsequently sailed to Germany, Holland and France. At the age of 2:
where he met a woman, followed her home to Michigan, and married her. They n

Paul Barron

ara Talpos
A look at the
Jonathan Kidd

Neela Gho hai

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Holly Spaulding

Fritz 6-wanson



Beth Ziobro


Jonathan Kidd was born in Mansfield, Ohio and currently resides in Ann Arbor. He believes that writing functions as a tool of survival and that
he reduces his own level of insanity with every line that he inscribes.

An LSA sophomore majoring in philosophy and women's studies,
Neela doesn't plan a career in English or writing, but she hopes
to continue writing. She reads fiction more than poetry; her
major influences In fiction are Jeanette Winterson and Margaret

Beth Ziobro is a senior majoring in English with a subconcentration in cre-
ative writing. After graduation she plans to search for a landscape without
any big buildings or deadlines or wasted words. In the meantime, she plays
soccer and works at the Del Rio restaurant.

Holly Spaulding Is a senior in the Residential
writing and arts and Ideas. She has won sevi
Ing a Hopwood Award for Poetry. She has als
Arbor's Community High School.

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