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The Sun Magazine


March 1984


Rob Brezsny is “a born-again pagan Marxist singer, a feminist writer, and an anti-charismatic dream interpreter.” He lives in Santa Cruz, California. His work in this issue is excerpted from his book, Images Are Dangerous.

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Adam Fisher writes, “As a person who writes, I am both a liar and a thief. So you can say I’m a liar and a thief in New York City. Or, I paint apartments in New York City. Please don’t say I’m a lying, thieving housepainter. I like to maintain a fantasy of integrity when it comes to housepainting.”

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Francesca Hampton has been a student of Tibetan Buddhism for eight years and is a freelance writer on related subjects. She lives in Santa Cruz, California, and is currently working on a historical novel about modern Tibet.

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Ric Haynes is a freelance illustrator who lives in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.

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Sy Safransky

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On The Cover

Roxy Gordon is a writer who lives in Dallas, Texas. His work has been published in The Village Voice, Rolling Stone and many other publications. He’s working on a book of stories about Indians and the Indian influence in West Texas.

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