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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

February 1996

Writers

Lorie Allred’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in New York Quarterly, Sonoma Mandala, and Iron. She lives in Asheboro, North Carolina.

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Poe Ballantine is in California working on a novel.

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Mark Brazaitis served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala for four years. His fiction has appeared in Western Humanities Review, Beloit Fiction Journal, and Hawaii Review.

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Chris Bursk is a poet living in Langhorne Manor, Pennsylvania.

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Holly Lu Conant Rees is a poet living in Nashville, Tennessee. Her work has appeared in Sojourner, the Sandhills Review, and Mouth.

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Priscilla Frake’s poems have appeared in Inlet, the Concho River Review, and Orphic Lute. She lives in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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K. A. Kern works as a stage manager in the theater and on concert performances. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Stephen J. Lyon’s essay in this issue will appear in his book Landscapes of the Heart, to be published this summer by Washington State University Press. He lives in Pullman, Washington.

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Penelope Moffet has just published her first book of poems, Keeping Still. She lives in Los Angeles.

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Ruth L. Schwartz donated a kidney to her lover, G., last May. Both are doing well. They live with their menagerie of cats, dogs, and fish in Oakland, California.

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Sparrow is now officially a Famous Underground Poet, having been interviewed by Vogue and TV Guide. He lives in the East Village, in New York City.

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Nina Wise is a performance artist living in San Rafael, California. She conducts workshops at the Motion Studio and is writing a book titled Guidebook for a Lonely Planet.

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On The Cover

Marvin W. Schwartz is an extroverted recluse. He lives in New York City.

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