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The Sun Magazine


March 1981


Patricia Bralley lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

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David Guy lives in Durham, N.C. and is the author of Football Dreams (Seaview Books). He is at work on a new novel.

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Richard K. Heckler is a founding member of the Lomi School in Mill Valley, California. His story “The Horsemen of Marrakech” appeared in THE SUN #40. He was an All-American in Track and Field and a member of the State Department team that ran in the 1967 Central American Games in Mexico City.

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Franklin Mills writes that since moving from Durham, N.C. to Farmington, Connecticut, “I have found THE SUN more precious to me than ever. In this cold snowy world, it lights up my memories of the big trees on East Campus the way summer afternoons used to.”

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Lesléa Newman is a freelance writer who lives and teaches poetry in Boulder, Colorado.

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Virginia L. Rudder lives in Hurdle Mills, N.C. She is the author of After The Ifaluk And Other Poems and The Gallows Lord.

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Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.

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On The Cover

Carl C. Evans is painting full-time at his studio in Leasburg, N.C. He is affiliated with the Somerhill Gallery in Durham and has just completed a five-painting commission for the Wachovia Bank in Lumberton, N.C. He lives at Rt. 1, Box 125, Leasburg, N.C. 27291 (919-599-5085).

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