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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

May 1981

Writers

Elizabeth Rose Campbell is a freelance writer who lives in the country near Saxapahaw, N.C.

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David Citino lives in Marion, Ohio and is the editor of Cornfield Review. His Last Rites and Other Poems was recently published by Ohio State University Press.

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Tuli Kupferberg says he’s “the most wonderful human being that ever lived.” He’s the author of several books, including the Sixties classic, 1001 Ways To Beat The Draft and, more recently, Listen To The Mocking Bird, a parody songbook. He lives in New York City.

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Robert Long is a poet who lives in Aspen, Colorado.

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Howard Jay Rubin is a writer and children’s magician who is living in Durham while in the final throes of a college education.

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Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.

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Pete Seeger was a familiar figure in the civil rights and peace movements in the Sixties. More recently he has devoted himself to environmental work. Says Seeger, “I figure my main function in life is that of a catalyst, bringing some good people together with some good songs.”

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Kathleen Snipes is a writer and artist who lives in Carrboro, N.C.

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On The Cover

Charles Porter

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