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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

February 1985

Writers

Samuel Blair lives in Seattle, Washington. His fiction has appeared in Matrix.

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Alan Brilliant writes, typesets, prints, and binds poetry. He lives in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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Gordon Feller runs the Ark Foundation, based in Emeryville, California, which is concerned with “the search for global security.” He is the author of Peace And World Order Studies.

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David Guy lives in Durham, North Carolina and is the author of two novels, Football Dreams and The Man Who Loved Dirty Books.

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Cedar Koons is a poet who lives near Timberlake, North Carolina.

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Patrick Miller is a typesetter and poet who lives in Berkeley, California. He has recently started his own magazine, Presumptions — A Letter at Large (1442A Walnut Street, #58, Berkeley, California 94709).

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Jon Remmerde lives in Sumpter, Oregon and writes on a forty-year-old typewriter. “It works very well,” he says. “My two daughters also use it, my ten-year-old more than anyone else. It belonged to a man, an assayer, who lived most of his life in Sumpter, died there a few years ago. He lived many years in a house that we later rented and lived in for a year, our second year in Sumpter. I didn’t know that until after I bought the machine in a shop and took it back to the house.”

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Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.

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Rupert Sheldrake

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Constance Studer lives in Boulder, Colorado. Her poetry has appeared in Pegasus, Gumbo, Womanthology, Blue Buildings, Practices of the Wind, and Hyperion/Black Sun, New Moon.

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On The Cover

John Rosenthal is a photographer and writer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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