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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

June 1976

Writers

Mike Barefoot, on busy days, drinks fifteen cups of coffee, but never visibly shakes.

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Jack Bowen

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Judy Bratten is being patient.

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Rob Brezsny

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Marvin Casper is the head of the Maitri Project, a faculty member at the Naropa Institute, and a colleague of Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, the Tibetan meditation master and author of Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism, which Casper edited.

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Leaf Diamant is proud of his parsley.

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Robert Donnan has visualized himself into a job at Harmony Health Foods.

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Thomas Edison Dupree believes firmly in conventional prosody, and has “lovely fantasies of writing a sonnet cycle and shocking the artsy-hip work with it.”

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William Gaither’s name keeps popping up, in the WDBS Program Guide, Four Seasons, and, we hope, our mailbox soon.

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Gayle Garrison teaches yoga, works at the Chapel of the Cross Daycare Center, is active in the Community Food Coop, and sometimes just sits.

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Karl Grossman is in love with that absolutely beautiful girl at the Wildflower.

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Judith

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Jim Lark

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Farra & Libby Allen

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Stephen March

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Bill Rode

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Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.

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Roger Sauls, The Anvil’s poetry editor, is the author of Light, a book of poems. He writes that he uses so much imagery related to light because “I think of light and spirituality as indivisibly connected. And I think of poetry as a spiritual matter, even if some poems themselves don’t seem particularly spiritual.”

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Dee Dee Small just purchased her first ballet slippers since she was five and is taking lessons at Duke.

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Stewart Walker is trying to organize a holistic healing center.

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Richard Williams has moved from his basement flat into exceptionally airy surroundings.

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On The Cover

Priscilla Rich Safransky

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