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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

December 1998

Writers

Christine Byl is a writer who spends summers working as a “trail dog,” maintaining hiking trails in the back country of Glacier National Park. Her first published short story recently appeared in Glimmer Train. She lives in Missoula, Montana.

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David James Duncan is a writer whose works include the novel The Brothers K and River Teeth, a collection of stories and essays (both Bantam). He lives in Lolo, Montana.

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Alicia Erian’s work has appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Berkeley Fiction Review, and Peregrine. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she writes and co-directs films with her husband. Their next project is a short about a girl named Irene who is in desperate need of a bath.

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When not working on her novel, Jennie Litt caters fancy dinner parties for rich people. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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Alison Luterman is a poet, essayist, and novelist who teaches in schools and prisons. She lives in a collective household in Oakland, California, where she sits before a picture of the Dalai Lama, listens to gospel music, and celebrates the High Holy Days.

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J. W. Major’s work has appeared in Epoch, Georgia Review, and Denver Quarterly. He says he suffers from “writer’s insomnia, the cure for which is writer’s block, where you get no inspiration but lots of sleep.” He lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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Violet Snow is a computer programmer and herbalist who is currently building a menstrual hut in her back yard. She and her family (the writer Sparrow and seven-year-old Sylvia) recently moved from Manhattan to Shandaken, New York, in the Catskill Mountains.

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Gene Zeiger is a poet, writer, and teacher living in western Massachusetts. She recently completed work on a memoir titled How I Find Her, portions of which have appeared in The Sun.

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On The Cover

Jerry N. Uelsmann is a photographer living in Gainesville, Florida. Portal Publications has produced a 1999 calendar of his images.

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