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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

December 1993

Writers

Antler is the author of Last Words and Ever-Expanding Wilderness. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Dina Ben-Lev, of Seattle, Washington, has just completed a book of poems, Sober on a Small Plane. Her poetry has appeared in Field, Poetry East, and the Gettysburg Review.

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Brenda Demartini is a visiting assistant professor of English at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri. Her writing has appeared in Mississippi Mud, Kansas Quarterly, and Three Rivers Poetry Journal.

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John Taylor Gatto lives in New York City. He dedicates “Bitter Lessons,” which appears in this issue, to “my daughter Briseis, the best math teacher on earth.”

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Fred Hill has worked with computer systems, studied music, and been a blacksmith. He now lives on a small farm near Boise, Idaho, where he and his wife raise horses and cows.

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Clare Lake’s work has appeared in Nebraska Review and Carolina Quarterly. She lives in Arizona.

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Lyn Lifshin edited Tangled Vines, an anthology of mother-and-daughter poems, and she holds mother-daughter poetry workshops all over the country. She lives in Niskayuna, New York.

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Alison Luterman taught English to Haitian refugees in Miami in 1981. Later she wrote a novel about her experiences called Where Spirits Walk, for which she’s seeking a publisher. “Your Own People,” which appears in this issue, is excerpted from it.

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Jon Remmerde is a writer from Livermore, Colorado. He manages a Girl Scout ranch in the Rocky Mountains.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Tomas Alex Tizon is a staff writer for the Seattle Times. One of his essays, “Epiphany,” is part of the anthology Choosing to Emerge (HarperCollins). He lives in Seattle, Washington.

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Sean Twomey is working toward an MFA in writing at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics in Boulder, Colorado.

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On The Cover

Gregory Thorp is a photographer from New Haven, Connecticut, but says he has no darkroom experience and couldn’t even print you a wallet-size.

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