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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

November 1988

Writers

Natalie Goldberg is the author of Writing Down the Bones (Shambala) and is working on another book, Wild Mind. She shuffles back and forth between Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Tom Hansen teaches at Northern State College in Aberdeen, South Dakota. His work has appeared in The American Scholar and The Iowa Review.

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Louis Jenkins lives in Duluth, Minnesota. A book of his prose poems, An Almost Human Gesture, was published last year by the Eighties/Ally Press.

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Lou Lipsitz is trying to learn to meditate but can’t stop thinking.

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William Ashoka Ross is a psychotherapist who lives in Kirkland, Washington.

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Deborah Shouse lives in Leawood, Kansas. She writes that her friend sent her a button which is the whole story of her life: “The forest may be quiet but that doesn’t mean the snakes have left.”

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Sparrow wants everyone to subscribe to his paper, The 11th Street Ruse, 322 East 11th Street, #23, New York, NY 10003. ($1 for 4 issues.)

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Paul Williams started the first rock music magazine, Crawdaddy!, in 1966. He has written more than a dozen books, including Das Energi and Remember Your Essence. He lives in Glen Ellen, California.

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On The Cover

Hella Hammid lives in Los Angeles, California, and has been taking photographs for forty years.

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