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About the Editor

Susan Gerhard is a San Francisco-based writer and editor whose creative nonfiction, journalism and criticism have appeared in a variety of international and local publications. She was a Sundance Arts Writing Fellow 2002–4 and a senior editor at the San Francisco Bay Guardian for many years. Email the Editor at sgerhard[at]sffs.org.

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