Issue 47 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine

Contributors

September 1979

Writers

Jimmy Santiago Baca lives in Hurdle Mills, North Carolina. His poems and essays have appeared regularly in THE SUN. A book of his poetry will soon be published.

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Rob Brezsny has bought a small Greek Island and is planning to establish a center to educate women in the ways of the ancient Greek Hetaerae.

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Jerah Chadwick has worked in theatre and as a singer for a punk rock band. He’s had poetry in Cutbank, The Third Eye and other magazines. He lives in Tucson, Arizona.

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David C. Childers lives in Lillington, N.C. He’s a law student and a poet.

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Dana W. Cole has been active in Berkeley community politics for nearly ten years. As vice-president of the Berkeley Solid Waste Management Commission, he wrote a successful $100,000 proposal for the establishment of Berkeley’s municipal compost operation. For the past year, he’s been director of California’s inner-city urban forestry pilot project in Oakland.

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David M. Guy is a writer who lives in Durham, N.C.

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Franklin G. Mills was ordained a priest in the Holy Order of Mans in San Francisco in 1968. “On street patrols our group attended to the dying of the Haight, taking in runaways and drunken Eskimos, proclaiming a better birth to the misbegotten. Although that experience has been difficult to assimilate, I believe it gave me the keys to the many mansions of the mind.” He lives in Durham, N.C.

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Priscilla Rich is a photographer whose work will be on exhibit next month in the Carolina Union at UNC in Chapel Hill. She lives near Chapel Hill.

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Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.

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On The Cover

Leah Palmer Preiss is a freelance artist and art student who lives in Northhampton, Mass.

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Editor
Sy Safransky

Assistant Editor
Betsy Campbell

Project Director
Priscilla Rich

Production
Madeline Goldstein

Artist
Leah Palmer Preiss

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