Preserving San Diego Bay for Wildlife WILLIAM CLAYCOMB, a retired Department of Interior ecologist who lives in Imperial Beach, commented on plans for a National City marina and a Chula Vista Nautical Activity Center. He told The Times:
Great Stone Face GEORGE BRADLEY, From "Of the Knowledge of Good and Evil," (Alfred A. Knopf: $19; 64 pp.). Bradley's first collection, "Terms to Be Met," was chosen by James Merrill for the Yale series of Younger Poets. In 1990 he received the Peter I. B. Lavan Younger Poets Award from the Academy of American Poets. 1991 by George Bradley. Reprinted by permission of the publisher
PLATFORM : Seek Lawful Change Assemblyman TERRY B. FRIEDMAN (D-Los Angeles) was the sponsor of the gay-rights bill vetoed last week by Gov. Wilson. He comments here on the gay and lesbian community's reaction--some of it violent--to the veto
Coming Soon: 'Antigone Goes to Atlanta' CHRISTOPHER CERF, Christopher Cerf is a co-founder of the American Sequel Society. His most recent project, which he co-authored with Henry Beard, Sarah Durkee and Sean Kelly, is "The Book of Sequels," which contains not one but four follow-ups to "Gone With the Wind."
When Neighbors Aren't So Neighborly CORA JORDAN, Cora Jordan is an attorney and the author of "Neighbor Law: Trees, Fences, Boundaries and Noise," published by Nolo Press, Berkeley, from which this article is adapted with permission. "Neighbor Law" is available in bookstores or by calling (800) 640-6656 in California or (800) 992-6656 elsewhere in the United States. and