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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

November 1985

Writers

Patricia Bralley lives in Norcross, Georgia, where, with her family, she runs a clinical research laboratory for nutritional analysis and preventive medicine.

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George Kalamaras lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, and teaches as a poet-in-the-schools in Colorado. His work has appeared in Bluefish, Greenfield Review, Hawai’i Review, Kansas Quarterly, and the Mississippi Valley Review.

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David Moolten lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is a student at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

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Sy Safransky

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Sparrow is back in New York City and reading a lot. He recommends Death Comes For The Archbishop by Willa Cather, Exile And The Kingdom by Camus and “Couple Attacked By Talking Bear” (article, National Enquirer, August 6, 1985).

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Sallie Tisdale lives in the Pacific Northwest with a growing family. Her first book, Complications, will be published by McGraw-Hill next year.

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William Trotter is a Greensboro, North Carolina writer who concentrates most of his energies on fiction projects, although his lifelong interest in military history has engendered an as-yet-unpublished book on the Russo-Finnish War, as well as articles for several history magazines.

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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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