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The Sun Magazine


October 1989


Ellen Carter has published many incomprehensible poems, and a few that are clear as day. She is currently working on getting pregnant and writing a science fiction novel. She also wants to go to Africa.

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Ralph Earle teaches writing seminars and is currently working on his first novel. He lives in Pittsboro, North Carolina.

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Sparrow writes, “besides basic existential doubt, I am fine and wearing blue shirts (the kind accountants wear).”

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Edward Wahl is sixty-seven and has been writing as a hobby all his life. He lives in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey.

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Juliet Wittman is a writer and editor who lives in Boulder, Colorado, with her husband and daughter.

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Lisa Horton Zimmerman is a poet living in Greeley, Colorado. She has poems forthcoming in Webster Review and Germination. Her chapbook, In Places Without Time Nothing Hurries, was published by Leaping Mountain Press in 1987.

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On The Cover

Robert Amberg is a photographer and writer who lives in the mountains of North Carolina.

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