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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

January 1976

Writers

Jeffery Beame has been published in Cold Mountain Review, The Road, Pyramid, Sanskrit, Duchess House Review, and other magazines. He defines poetry as “through language (and all of its characteristics) the compact explorations of intense love which unveils and creates mysteries. It is the doorknob and the room.”

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David Bond

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Judy Bratten

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James Carpenter is a psychology professor at UNC in Chapel Hill.

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Leaf Diamant says, “I discover that as I end my dis-ease with myself I enjoy myself more.”

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Bryan Elsom

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Karl Grossman is a newspaperman in his spare time.

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Douglas Hall has finished his first book of poetry and has started on the second. He lives in Cuttingsville, Vermont.

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Bruce K. Land was here and gone.

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Medea, also known as Lamellicorn the Clone, eats at the North Carolina Cafeteria.

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Dusty Miller

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Sy Safransky

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Steven Seif took to the streets one chilly morning to sell copies of his short stories; he found us.

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Dr. William Sprunt is a physician in Raleigh and belongs to that slender yet marvelous tradition of physician poets which includes W.C. Williams and Gottfried Benn.

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Richard Williams

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Robert Wilson teaches Human Effectiveness Training in Chapel Hill.

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On The Cover

Gregg Coffey

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