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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

November 1992

Writers

David Campbell is a painter, poet, and neo-pagan who lives in Somerville, Massachusetts.

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Arthur Dembling has been published in Pig Iron, Culture Concrete, and Berkeley Poets Cooperative, and is trying to market a collection of short stories set in Mexico. He lives in Berkeley, California, where he’s a member of the Cheese Board Collective, a worker-owned and operated cheese shop, bakery, and pizzeria.

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Joe Henry has written the lyrics to nearly sixty songs recorded by a variety of artists. He lives in Woody Creek, Colorado, and recently received a Creative Fellowship Award in fiction from the Colorado Council on the Arts.

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Mark O’Brien is a poet and journalist who lives in Berkeley, California. His work has appeared in Whole Earth Review, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the dearly departed Fessenden Review.

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Veronica Patterson lives in Loveland, Colorado.

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Bruce Holland Rogers writes fiction and essays full time, and vows to keep it up until he has maxed out all his VISA cards. His work has appeared in Quarterly West, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, and Woman’s World. He lives in Champaign, Illinois, in an apartment overlooking the tracks of the Illinois Central Railroad.

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Edwin Romond lives in Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania. He teaches high school in Washington, New Jersey, and wrote two musical plays, A Family Life and Robin Hood, both produced at New Jersey community theaters. He received the Distinguished Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts in 1988.

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David Romtvedt is the author of Moon and How Many Horses. He lives in Wyoming with his wife, the potter Margo Brown, and his daughter Caitlin.

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Sy Safransky is the editor of The Sun.

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Robin Scaff is a writer and free-lance paralegal who lives in Sacramento, California.

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On The Cover

Gina Meyer is a photographer whose work has appeared in regional and national art exhibitions. A native Kansan, she lives in northern California with her husband and daughter.

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