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Contributors

November 1986

Writers

Lewis Downey is a photographer who lives in Carrboro, North Carolina. He’s currently organizing a quarterly magazine for fine arts photography.

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David Grant first appeared in The Sun in 1979 with “Peace Nigger’s Long March” (Issue 46), an account of a two-week journey he made in silence, on foot, carrying a petition for disarmament.

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Thich Nhat Hanh

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Red Hawk is the author of Journey of the Medicine Man (August House). He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas where he’s working on a new book, The Way Of Power.

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Duncan Moran lives “within sight of the big lake, Michigan, two islands, North and South Manitou, and a dog and two cats. I make a living building houses and fill my life with writing, painting and family, never with a sense of order.”

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Peggy Payne has published stories in Ms., Cosmopolitan, McCall’s, The New York Times, and several literary magazines. She writes in an office in Raleigh, North Carolina and lives in Chatham County with her husband Bob Dick.

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Marc Polonsky

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Jim Ralston is a writer who lives in Petersburg, West Virginia.

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Sy Safransky

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Joseph Daniel Sobol lives in Shelby, North Carolina.

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On The Cover

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

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