Issue 171 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine
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February 1990


Martin Glass is a teacher and writer who lives in the woods near Redway, California.


Richard Grossinger is a writer and the co-founder of North Atlantic Books in Berkeley, California, which publishes books about consciousness, ecology, wholistic health, anthropology, shamanism, science, and the occult.


Tom Hansen is a writer and poet who teaches at Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota.


Michael Ortiz Hill is a writer, a registered nurse, and a freelance monk, who lives in Santa Cruz, California.


Kathy Riley is a writer who lives in Bakersfield, California, with her husband and two sons.


Donald N. Unger is a New York City-born writer currently in exile at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he teaches creative writing and is finishing both an MFA and a novel.


Artelle G. Weer is a sixty-five-year-old poet who has been writing fiction for the past decade. She lives in Olympia, Washington.


On The Cover

Robert Llewellyn has been a photographer for twenty years. He lives on a farm near Charlottesville, Virginia.


Sy Safransky

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