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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

July 1976

Writers

Jeffery Beame has been published in Cold Mountain Review, The Road, Pyramid, Sanskrit, Duchess House Review, and other magazines.

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Alan Bisbort

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Betsy Campbell-Blackwell works for the Southern Economic Journal.

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Judy Bratten

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Christopher Brookhouse has previously published If Lost, Return, a collection of stories and poems; Scattered Light, poetry; and Running Out, a novel which was given the Rosenthal award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He’s on the English faculty at UNC Chapel Hill.

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Lawrence Bullock is employed at the SomeThyme Restaurant but his real passion is breeding show-rabbits. He lives in a small house near the Eno River and says that “once you’ve lived near a river you become more and more of a pantheist.”

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David Cohen works for the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C.

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Moira Crone has received a fellowship in the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins.

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Leaf Diamant is a human awareness counsellor who lives in Chapel Hill and is more interested in you than in your money.

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William Gaither writes, “It was pretty strange to see my Reagan piece in print, especially so now that the old goose-stepper stands a fair chance of at least becoming the vice presidential candidate. Definitely have to start looking into the emigration policies of Australia. Nixon prepared me for Reagan, but the sense of deja vu may be more than I can handle.”

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Gayle Garrison teaches yoga.

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Karl Grossman works for the Long Island Press and suffers from a space-time warp.

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Wayne Hall

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Louise Harris is an astrologer and a sometime teacher of young children; she’s from Durham.

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Gwen P. Harvey was born and raised in Rich Square, N.C. She’s a writer who fancies her garbage pail wealthier in words than her portfolio.

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Norm Moser is a poet who lives in California. His newest book is Shaman’s Song (Thorp Springs Press).

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Pulvero

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Frank D. Rich, Jr. is a builder and a patriot, with athletic tendencies.

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Sy Safransky just wants to say: “I never burned my draft card, or took a knife to the flag. I never spelled it with a ‘k’.”

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Dee Dee Small

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Richard Williams’ much expanded edition of his volume of poetry, Suburban Blues, will be out in January. His work will also be included in an anthology of contemporary American poets to be published by Ardis in September.

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On The Cover

Leslie Udry who did the cover and whose other drawings appear throughout this issue, is an art student in Chapel Hill. She’s 20 years old; when the other kids were playing Leslie was drawing. We can be glad. She does freelance art and advertising and can be reached, after August 23, at 412 Elliot Road, Chapel Hill, or call 929-1779.

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