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We need to raise about $400 to keep everything going. The money will be used to keep the website up, and add free and pay for the bank account monthly fees.


I met Chris and Fred at their apartment hosting a knot of creative Tulane students gathered to create an "alternative" newspaper at Tulane.

The late 60's was an intense time and the newspaper responded to it with political critique, philosophies,theories, satire,and speculative ideasfor a better world. Chris was one of the featured writers for the paper, and quite a good one.  After a year's run the newspaper dissolved. A finalpublication emerged, a booklet--a "review" edited by Chris. Most of the book was submitted poems Chris selected. Chris contributed a story --an imaginative fantasy tale.  It was my good luck to do the illustrations for it.

All were lucky to know her.  Chris was a lovely person.

Ned Dameron

Many, many thanks to all of the committee members who helped make the reunion happen - Dick Cooper, Martha Little, Martha McQuitty, Brian Fisher, May Kay, Mike Martin, Beverly Sparkman, and any others whom I have forgotten or didn't know about. It was a great time, well organized and executed, and much appreciated by me and, I expect, the other attendees. I hope we can find a way to have another one in the not-to-distant future.
--Paul Haydel

In early December the committee will meet to assess the reunion and discuss what we want to do next. If you have comments about the reunion, good or bad, please let us know. You can leave a comment under my name or your name. If you wish it to be private you can message me or another member of the committee. 

If you have any ideas about what we should do next, please let us know. The same methods as above can be used. 

If you would like to join the committee, please let us know. All of us strongly feel that new voices and new ideas, as well as new energy will really help. We are working on ways to allow easy participation by people who live out of town and cannot physically attend the meetings. So don't let where you live affect your decision to join. 

Mike Martin


To Dick Cooper and the remarkable committee: I would like to thank you all for organizing and achieving a wonderful, unforgettable reunion. And, thank you to Fred Laredo for donating the Franklin prints for all.Sorry that you were unable to attend.
As I did, I think that we all made "new, old friends"- making new friends and renewing friendships with others.
I am so glad that I listened to those who encouraged me to attend.
Thanks all, Margaret Rita Yanus