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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

February 1987

Writers

Judy Katz-Levine lives in Roslindale, Massachusetts, where she works in an early childhood center and plays jazz flute. Her writing has appeared in several magazines.

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Marc Polonsky lives in Berkeley, California when he’s not marching for peace. In a recent note, he said he was going to bed early so he could be up in time for the next day’s internationally-synchronized meditation for world peace, at 4 a.m. “Obviously, the people who thought it up,” he wrote, “didn’t live in California.”

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Jon Remmerde is a writer who lives in Whitney Valley, Oregon. In the winter, he makes money by cutting wood. There hasn’t been much snow this year, he says, “so I could be cutting wood every day. I cut some days, write some days, and spend parts of some days worrying about whether I should cut or write.”

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Del Marie Rogers has had poems in fifteen anthologies, including Leaving The Bough: 50 American Poets Of The 80’s and Cardinal. She lives in Rowlett, Texas.

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John Rosenthal is a writer and photographer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He does a weekly radio commentary on WUNC-FM, the public radio station in Chapel Hill.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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