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December 1975

Writers

Gordon Ball edited Allen Verbatim, a study of poet Allen Ginsberg. “Woeful Cowboy,” is from Gordon’s True Confessions Notebook.

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David Bonnis would like to say something other than, “What can you say?” about the less tangible aspects of the universe.

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Judy Bratten gave birth to her new child, Joanna, in less time than it took to drive home from the hospital.

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Also joining the staff as a contributing editor is Leaf Diamant, former director of UNC’s Human Sexuality Information and Counseling Service, who now works as a counselor and small group facilitator.

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Gayle Garrison is forming a service study group.

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Rob Gelblum sings for his supper.

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Wayne Hall is a Chapel Hill poet and artist who works at the Ackland Art Center. He has an MSA in Art from the University of Georgia.

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Blue Harary works at the Psychical Research Foundation in Durham, where he’s been the subject in out-of-body experiments.

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Ou-yang Hsiu lived in China in the eleventh century.

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Sarah Keith teaches T’ai Chi in Chapel Hill.

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 Jim Lark is a junior majoring in English at UNC and is co-editor of Speak magazine.

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 Pat Leudy has gone somewhere.

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Norm Moser is living near San Francisco, his ear, we hope, to the ground.

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 Margaret Rabb is a graduate of UNC in English and French and is now a law student in Chapel Hill.

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Sy Safransky

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Sandy Seaton is one of the better-known translators of Chinese poetry in America today. His poems are included in the Doubleday Anthology of Chinese Poetry, to be published this month.

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Seth

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Ron Tabor

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Richard Williams has joined THE SUN as poetry editor. He’s been published nationally in poetry magazines and has conducted writing workshops in Chapel Hill and elsewhere. David Robert Books published his volume, Suburban Blues, in 1972. Richard will consider “any poems” sent to the magazine.

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On The Cover

Greg Coffey’s paintings are being shown at Reflections in Chapel Hill, The Downtown Gallery in Durham, and The Little Gallery in Raleigh.

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