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The Sun Magazine


March 1989


Stephen T. Butterfield, a Buddhist meditation instructor, continues and discontinues — mostly in Shrewsbury, Vermont.

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Louis Jenkins has had poetry in American Poetry Review, Ironwood, Poetry East, Paris Review, and Virginia Quarterly Review. He lives in Duluth, Minnesota.

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Raymond Johnson is the author of a novel, The Rose of God, and three plays, Love Is Like a Prairie Dog, The Prizewinner, and The Pride of the Madisons. He lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he has been “happily married for many years to a woman who continues to surprise and to delight me; we have a son who surprises and delights both of us.”

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M.C. Richards is a freelance potter, author, poet, and teacher. She lives, teaches, and works at the Camphill Village for the Mentally Handicapped in Kimberton, Pennsylvania.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Andrew Shalit lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, and rides a bicycle to work when the weather is nice.

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On The Cover

Scott Hess is a photographer who lives in Patulma, California.

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