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July 1983


Alan Brilliant, with his wife, Teo Savory, runs the Unicorn Press in Greensboro, N.C.


Jeff Dietrich, a member of the Los Angeles Catholic Worker House, was arrested in October 1979 for participating in a non-violent protest outside the Military Arms Bazaar in Convention City, Anaheim, California, and sentenced to an unusually harsh, six-month sentence in the county jail.


Cedar Koons lives near Timberlake, North Carolina. A midwife, she writes, “Figuratively speaking, writing poetry is a lot like attending at a birth. It all happens in its own time, you usually get soaked and a little bloody in the process and you always have a special feeling about the offspring.”


Lorenzo W. Milam, in response to a request for biographical material, says, “You could quote from Tom Robbins: Lorenzo W. Milam was born near Idaho, Potato, in a log cabin on the edge of Tapioca State Pudding. As a child he was an imaginary playmate. The University of Pineapple is his alma papaya; he was graduated mango cum laude. Early in his career, he revolutionized the broadcasting business, but he is not to be blamed: The San Andreas is nobody’s fault. . . .”


Howard Jay Rubin is a freelance writer who lives in Oakland, California.


Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.


P.B. Wind “stands for Princess Breaking Wind, a pen name for someone who wishes most of all not to be taken too seriously.”


On The Cover

Sy Safransky

Assistant Editor
Carol Logie

Contributing Editor
Howard Rubin

Editorial Assistants
Nancy Davis
Susan Harrison
DeChanile Johnson
Pat Owens
Debbie Ann Sayce
Brenda Wilson

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