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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

August 1991

Writers

Jaimes Alsop is a writer who lives in Santa Ana, California.

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Dana Branscum lives in North Carolina with one woman and two cats. She is currently at work on her first novel.

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Judy Darke Delogu lives in Portland, Maine, where she owned and operated a children’s bookstore, A Likely Story, for fourteen years. She recently received her Master of Arts in fiction writing from the University of New Hampshire. “The Nosebleed” is her first published story.

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Gloria Dyc’s work has appeared in Prairie Schooner, South Dakota Review, and Sing Heavenly Muse. She recently edited Wanbli Ho, a literary journal featuring Native American and high plains writers. She lives in Continental Divide, New Mexico.

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Jim Harrison is a poet and novelist living in northern Michigan. A book of his essays, Just Before Dark, has just been published by Clark City Press.

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Robert Heilman is a writer and storyteller who lives in Myrtle Creek, Oregon. “Euclid’s Hell” is part of a collection of essays, Manual Labor (and Other Things Not Taught in School).

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Richard Messer, a native Coloradan, is a sometime teacher of creative writing at Bowling Green State University. He lives in Syracuse, New York, where he is working to complete his third novel.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Dennis Sampson lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and works at Sheldon State Community College. His work has appeared in Crazyhorse, The Hudson Review, The Ohio Review, and Ploughshares.

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Michael Toms is the host and executive producer of the nationally syndicated “New Dimensions” interview series, based in San Francisco, California. He is the author of An Open Life: Joseph Campbell in Conversation with Michael Toms.

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On The Cover

Eli Bowen is a photographer who recently relocated to Seattle, Washington, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is looking for a local gallery to show his work. His photographs in this issue were taken in the rain forest of Belize, Central America.

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