Issue 99 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


February 1984


A.B. Christopher is the pseudonym for a Russian-born film-maker, novelist, and philosopher.


Hal J. Daniel III is a professor of Speech, Language, and Auditory Pathology and an adjunct professor of Anthropology at East Carolina University. He lives in Washington, North Carolina and his poems have appeared in Rolling Stone and Pembroke.


Ram Dass is an American spiritual teacher and author of Be Here Now.


Bo Lozoff is the director of the Prison-Ashram Project. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.


Franklin Mills lives in Middletown, Connecticut.


Stephanie Mills is a writer and editor who lives in San Francisco, California. She currently works at World College West as director of development. She would like to thank the Blue Mountain Center for giving her the time and space to do “Hard Learning.”


Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.


On The Cover

Natalia d’Arbeloff was raised in France, Paraguay, Brazil, Italy, and the United States. Since 1963 she’s lived in London, where she’s an artist, printmaker, writer, and runs her own press.


Sy Safransky

Assistant Editor
Carol Logie

Norma Tappe-Safransky

Contributing Editor
Howard Rubin

Editorial Assistants
Benjamin Black
Mitzi Morris
Scott Parker

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