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Elizabeth Campbell is assistant editor of THE SUN.
Michell Cassou is a French-born artist who doesn’t believe in “bad paintings.” She runs The Painting Experience Studio on the ground floor of her home in San Francisco, California.
Kevin Fitzpatrick is a nurse in a small local hospital. He is also going to school and things that didn’t seem important the first time around now have a new meaning.
Roxy Gordon co-founded Blackjack, a literary magazine, in 1973, then started a “more-or-less free-form music and pop-culture tabloid (though I don’t much like that term; I expect culture is culture) . . . but it made me almost no money and I found myself being drawn much further into the music business world than I cared to go. So the Artmagic idea is about as free-form as any publishing can get.” One issue of Artmagic has been an article, another a greeting card. Roxy lives in Dallas, Texas.
Owen H. Page is an indigent actor and writer from Carrboro, N.C. who is moving to Anniston, Alabama to work with the Alabama Shakespeare Conservatory.
Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.
William Irwin Thompson founded Lindisfarne in 1973 in Southhampton, N.Y., after a decade of teaching the humanities at M.I.T. and at York University. Lindisfarne is a “contemplative community of scholars devoted to the study and realization of a new planetary culture.” His books include At the Edge of History, Passages about Earth, Evil and World Order, and Darkness and Scattered Light.
The cover illustration is a Japanese heraldic crest from Japanese Design Motifs (Dover).
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