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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

January 1979

Writers

Frank Broderick lives in Washington, DC.

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Betsy Campbell

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David M. Guy is a novelist and short-story writer and essayist who lives in Durham.

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Judson Jerome is the author of Families of Eden (Seabury Press, N.Y.) and other books and is one of the founding members of the Downhill Farm Community in Hancock, Maryland, where he moved with his family after 20 years as a professor of literature at Antioch. He writes a monthly column for Writer’s Digest.

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Ina May

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Michaell Prestini

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Peny and Michaell Prestini, together with Jach Pursel, are the founders of The Synergy Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia.

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Sy Safransky

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Irving Weiss teaches courses in Words and Images at the State University of New York in New Paltz. He is the translator of Malcolm de Chazal’s Sens-Plastique, the editor, with Anne D. Weiss of American Authors and Books: 1640 to the Present Day, and is working on a book about the human face.

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Andrew Williams lives in Berkeley, California, where he teaches and writes about photography. And struggles “to make good photographs while having a passionate affair with my wife and sharing in the raising of our two daughters. I also lead a rather Jekyll and Hyde existence bouncing back and forth between my role as a lecturer in the School of Business Administration at U.C. Berkeley and as a photographer. Sometimes I can’t tell Jekyll from Hyde. That, of course, is the point, isn’t it? We are our contradictions.”

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