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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

October 1998

Writers

Michael Blaine is editor of New York Stories. His fiction has appeared in New England Review, North American Review, and New Letters. He lives in the wilds of upstate New York in a 160-year-old farmhouse that he will sell for a reasonable price. Close to golf, skiing, and vast auto graveyards.

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David Jay Brown is the author of the science-fiction novel Brainchild (New Falcon) and coauthor, with Rebecca McClen Novick, of Mavericks of the Mind and Voices from the Edge (both Crossing Press). He lives in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California and is currently researching, with Rupert Sheldrake, the unexplained abilities of animals.

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Colin Chisholm is a novice gardener and aspiring bricklayer living in Missoula, Montana. His work has appeared in Audubon, Utne Reader, and most recently the anthology A Mother’s World (Travelers’ Tales).

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A.A. Colombe’s work has appeared in Alaska Quarterly, Prism, and the Portland Review. She lives in Houston, Texas.

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Maureen Micus Crisick teaches literature at a satellite campus of the University of Phoenix. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and the anthology The Poets Companion (Norton). She lives in Walnut Creek, California.

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Barbara L. Finch is a former public-relations consultant who writes, practices yoga, and conducts tours at a sculpture park in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Harry Johnson’s poems have appeared in Poetry New Zealand, JAAM, and Takahe. He lives in Bucklands Beach, Auckland, New Zealand.

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Rebecca McClen Novick is a writer and poet. Born in England, she now lives in the foothills of California’s Santa Monica Mountains with her husband and other animals.

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On The Cover

Sandro Michahelles is a photographer from Firenze, Italy. His work has appeared in George, Twin Cities Reader, and Chicago Magazine.

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