Issue 72 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


November 1981


Jeffery Beame is a poet who lives in Chapel Hill, N.C. One of his poems in this issue, The Gift, was published in Two Preludes for the Beautiful, a limited edition portfolio of broadsides, available from the author for $25. (P.O. Box 83, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514)


Elizabeth Rose Campbell is a writer who lives alone in Saxapahaw, N.C.


Ram Dass is the former Harvard professor turned psychedelic explorer turned spiritual teacher. He has done for religion what the Beatles did for music. In his books — Be Here Now, The Only Dance There Is, Grist for the Mill, Journey of Awakening, and Miracle of Love — Ram Dass translates Eastern ideas for Westerners and tells of his remarkable experiences with his guru, Neem Karoli Baba, or Maharaji, who died in 1973.


Ron Jones lives in San Francisco, Ca., where he’s the director of physical education at the Recreation Center for the Handicapped. He has been a high school teacher and basketball coach and founded the Zephyros Education Exchange, a network of teachers who share ideas and materials.


Tobin Quereau lives in Austin, Texas, where he is a counsellor and leads Parents Effectiveness classes.


Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.


Pat Ellis Taylor is a writer who has just opened the Paper Back Plus Bookshop in Austin, Texas.


Thomas Wiloch is a writer who lives in St. Clair Shores, Michigan.


On The Cover

Mark Weinkle is a photographer who lives in Carrboro, N.C. and teaches photography at Durham Technical Institute.


Sy Safransky

William Timmerman

Jacquelyn Gist

Contributing Editor
Elizabeth Rose Campbell

Editorial Assistants
Paul Crellin
Laura Mansberg
Howard Rubin

Special thanks to Amy Watson

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