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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

July 1990

Writers

Valerie Andrews is former editor of The Tarrytown Letter and a member of the Guild for Spiritual Guidance in Rye, New York.

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Ralph Earle conducts seminars in technical writing. He lives in Pittsboro, North Carolina, where he is currently working on his first novel.

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Tim Farrington lives in San Francisco, California, where he cultivates his garden and his sense of humor.

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Janina Lynne is “one of that rare, possibly endangered species — a native Californian.” For the past year, she has been traveling around in a thirty-one-foot Airstream trailer. She is currently parked in Ashland, Oregon, awaiting further instructions.

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David Romtvedt’s most recent book is How Many Horses. He lives in Buffalo, Wyoming.

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Verna Safran lives in Brooklyn, New York. She teaches creative writing at Brooklyn College and has her own word processing and editing business. Her poems have appeared in Cotton Boll, Slant, and Home Planet News.

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Sparrow writes from New York City that he’s “been very nervous lately, but I’m doing the laundry anyway. The important thing is to keep writing; if I don’t, I start to kind of shiver.”

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Judith H. Windt’s stories have appeared in Jam To-Day, Pig Iron, and San Jose Studies, and she is currently at work on her second novel. She lives in Menlo Park, California.

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On The Cover

Robert Llewellyn is a photographer in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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