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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

January 1992

Writers

William Aberg lives in Tucson, Arizona. His work has appeared in the Alaska Quarterly Review, Chelsea, and Poetry.

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Antler makes his living reading poems throughout the U.S., following Whitman’s invocation of the poet as “itinerant gladness scatterer.” He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Richard Goldstein supports his writing habit by working as an emergency room physician. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Adele Levin lives with her husband in Berkeley, California. She has worked as a teacher and a psychotherapist, and now writes full-time.

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Jim Nollman is the author of Dolphin Dreamtime. His writings have appeared in CoEvolution Quarterly, Guitar Player, Mother Earth News, and Omni. He lives in Friday Harbor, Washington.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Sparrow writes of his infant daughter, Sylvia, that “she is trying to use her body as if she’d just gotten a camera out of a pawnshop and was patiently getting it to work.” Born to Ellen and Sparrow in New York City last November 21 at 5:50 a.m., Sylvia “is destined for greatness, according to the astrologer upstairs.”

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Daniel Ward lives in Washington, D.C., where he annoys his housemates by leaving fans and lights on when he’s not home.

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Robert P. Weintraub worked as a labor relations lawyer for more than thirty years. He recently left his firm to embark on a writing career. He lives in Newtonville, Massachusetts.

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On The Cover

Hella Hammid is a photographer who lives in Los Angeles.

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