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Contributors

August 1982

Writers

Elizabeth Rose Campbell is a writer and former assistant editor of THE SUN.

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Thomas Rain Crowe is a poet who lives in the mountains of North Carolina.

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Natalia d’Arbeloff is an artist, writer, and teacher of art in London, England.

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Stephen and Ondrea Levine

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Paul Reynolds is a photographer who lives in the woods on Discovery Bay near Port Townsend, Washington.

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Sy Safransky is Editor of THE SUN.

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Peter Samis is a writer and art critic who lives in California and says he is “working toward a Renaissance.”

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Michael Shorb lives in San Francisco, California, where he writes stories and poems. His work has appeared in The Nation, Commonweal, Michigan Quarterly, Poetry Now, and California Quarterly.

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Sparrow lives in New York City. He does Ananda Marga meditation, works in a group home for profoundly retarded adolescents, organized against U.S. intervention in El Salvador, and plays an oatmeal box with an improvisational group called Jeff.

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Chuck Taylor lives in Austin, Texas, where, with his wife Pat Ellis Taylor, he runs Slough Press and Paperbacks Plus bookstore. He writes, “at 38, I’m less and less into soul-searching . . . I feel very much a materialist — not in the abstract sense of cars and credit accounts, but in the feeling of the infinite variety of “the great spirit’s manifestations in the material world . . . Good old solid pantheism — a much discredited word. Tantra pantheism. No more for me all that abstract, intangible spiritual talk. Let me scratch my dog’s ears and worship. Empty the garbage and worship. Sip a beer in prayer to the hops god. Smoke a joint in honor of the god of plants. Hedonistic pantheism. Jalapeno pepper chant. Belch. Fart.”

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Rex Weyler is a writer and photographer from Cortes Island, British Columbia, who spends about half his time in Boston working with New Age magazine. He has a book coming out in August from Everett House called Blood of the Land, about the traditional American Indian movements and their battles with the U. S. government.

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On The Cover

Ian Von Essen is an archeologist who lives in Carrboro, N.C.

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