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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

September 1991

Writers

Jeanne Bryner is a student at Kent State University. Her work has appeared in Canto, Flights, Hiram Poetry Review, Manna, and Pikeville Review. She lives in Newton Falls, Ohio.

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Elisa Jenkins lives in Muncie, Indiana. Her work has appeared in The Ball State University Forum and Riverbend. A playwright, she is completing an internship at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Rebecca McClanahan is the author of Mrs. Houdini and Mother Tongue (University Presses of Florida). Her work has appeared in Boulevard, Carolina Quarterly, Georgia Review, Seventeen, and Texas Review. She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Bertha Rogers is a writer and painter who lives on a farm in New York’s Catskill Mountains. Her work has appeared in Negative Capability, Nimrod, Salmon Literary Review, and Yankee. A book of her poems, Sleeper, You Wake, has just been published by the Edwin Mellen Press.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Richard S. Sandor is a psychiatrist in Southern California, and chief of the Chemical Dependency Treatment Programs at the Sepulveda Veterans Administration Hospital.

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Cat Saunders is a therapist who writes on the side, and longs to be doing the reverse. She lives in Seattle, Washington.

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Sparrow has announced his candidacy for president. His campaign slogan is “We Need Him More Than He Needs Us.” He lives in New York City.

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Maureen Stanton lives in Lansing, Michigan, where she happily gets paid to help protect the environment.

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Lisa Horton Zimmerman’s work appears in Colorado-North Review, Iris, and Riverrrun. She lives in Greeley, Colorado.

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On The Cover

Susie Forrester is a photographer who lives in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

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