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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

April 1995

Writers

Peter Blue Cloud is the author of Elderberry Flute Song (White Pine Press). He lives in Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada.

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David Jay Brown is coauthor of Mavericks of the Mind (Crossing Press), an anthology of interviews with scientists and artists, and author of the science-fiction novel Brainchild (Falcon Press). He lives in Ben Lomond, California.

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John Hodgen is a poet and the author of In My Father’s House (Emporia State University Press). He lives in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.

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Barbara Kerley writes and teaches in Eureka, California. Her first children’s book, Songs of Papa’s Island (Houghton Mifflin), is due out this fall.

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Gene Logsdon is the author of ten books on farming and homesteading published by Rodale Press. He lives on his farm in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, where he raises fruits, grains, vegetables, and livestock.

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Alison Luterman is a writer and poet living in Oakland, California.

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Rebecca McClen Novick is a writer and poet. She lives in the mountains of Santa Monica, California, and is currently working on a fantasy novel.

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R. J. Olkin’s stories have appeared in William and Mary Review, Calliope, and Fiction Network. She has a day job as an associate professor of psychology and lives near San Francisco, California, with her husband and two children.

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Jean Prema divides her time between Colrain, Massachusetts, and Brooklyn, New York. “Lamb of God” is her first published piece.

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Mark Smith-Soto is a poet and translator. He teaches Spanish at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he edits the International Poetry Review.

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Devin Wallace is a writer, musician, and teacher living in Mount Vernon, Washington. He has cofounded two theater companies and is currently working on a film adaptation of his story in this issue.

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On The Cover

Jennifer Warburg is a photographer and political activist living in Durham, North Carolina.

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