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Photographer Doug Barber ("Historic Obligations") lives in North Beach, Maryland. Visit his website at www.dougbarber.com.
Illustrator Charles Beyl ("Findings") lives and works in Mountville, Pennsylvania. Contact him via e-mail at: [email protected].
Cover artist Guy Billout can be reached through A Thousand Words, Inc. At 380 Rector Place, #4M, New York, NY, 10280-1443.
Jeff Brumfiel, author of this issue's cover story ("Star Light, Star Bright, First One Million Galaxies I see Tonight"), can be reached through The Writing Seminars Department at Hopkins by calling 410/516-6287.
Writer Emily Carlson ("In the Neighborhood") can be reached through The Writing Seminars Department at Hopkins by calling 410/516-6287, or via e-mail at: [email protected].
Photographer Mike Ciesielski ("Star Light, Star Bright, First One Million Galaxies I see Tonight") is based in Baltimore. Contact him via telephone at: 410/235-8274.
Illustrator Kevin O'Malley ("Essay") lives in Baltimore.
Formerly the magazine's senior science writer, Melissa Hendricks ("Tales from the Crust") now writes from Annapolis, Maryland.
Mark Mazullo (Peabody '91), initiates an occasional series of reader's essays ( "Ruminations"). Mazullo, a musicologist, pianist, and an assistant professor of music at Macalester College, can be contacted via e-mail at [email protected].
Photographer Jay Van Rennselaer directs the Homewood Photos Labs. Contact him by calling 410/516-5332.
Photographer Keith Weller ("In the Neighborhood") lives in Columbia, Maryland. Contact him at 410/381-2400.

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