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Contributors

September 1990

Writers

Diana Abu-Jaber is assistant professor of English at the University of Oregon. Her short stories and poems appear in Beloit Fiction Journal, Cimarron Review, Ploughshares, and Western Humanities Review.

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David Grant lives in Malvern, Pennsylvania. His previous essays in The Sun include “Peace Nigger’s Long March” [Issue 46], “Learning to Walk” [Issue 124], and “Scavenger’s Run” [Issue 166].

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Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk who lives in France. He is the author of Being Peace and The Sun My Heart.

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Andrew Ramer lives in Brooklyn, New York. He is the author of Little Pictures and co-author of Spiritual Dimensions of Healing Addictions.

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Sparrow just ate some carob-covered peanuts and is in a state of postmodern neo-contentment.

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Scott Warren Taylor is working on a novel tentatively titled Bucko Clack Clack Cheese, “a high adventure yarn set in Peoria, Illinois.” He lives in Allegan, Michigan.

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Donald N.S. Unger has returned to the proper coast after a sojourn in the Midwest, where he found a Master of Fine Arts degree but no good restaurants. He currently lives in Princeton, New Jersey, and is in search of a publisher for his recently completed novel, Snapshots.

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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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