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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

January 1993

Writers

Antler lives in Milwaukee. He makes his living reading poems throughout the U.S., following Whitman’s invocation of the poet as “itinerant gladness scatterer.”

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Karen Blomain lives in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She’s the author of Black Diamond, a book of poems, and The Slap, a collection of narratives based on the secrets and stories of abused women.

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Dana Branscum lives in the Jesse Helms state, where she’s writing a morally questionable first novel. She dreams of full funding, secret benefactors, and miscellaneous donations.

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Travis Charbenau lives in Richmond, Virginia. His work has appeared in World Monitor, the Atlanta Constitution, In These Times, and Utne Reader.

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Ram Dass is the author of ten books, including Be Here Now, How Can I Help? and, with Mirabai Bush, Compassion in Action.

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Owen E. Dell is a landscape architect and environmental activist who lives in Santa Barbara, California.

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Linda Foust practiced law for nine years before turning to writing full time. She lives in Oakland, California.

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Frances Stokes Hoekstra lives in Malvern, Pennsylvania and teaches creative writing at Haverford College. She recently received a grant from the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts.

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Patrick Nelson lives in Corvallis, Oregon with his wife — a professional oboist and bassoonist — and their two children. He writes essays and short stories, and designs and rides recumbent bicycles.

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Edwin Romond is the author of Home Fire (Belle Meade Press). He lives in Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania.

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David Romtvedt, with his daughter, painted the ocean on the side of their house in Buffalo, Wyoming. His most recent book is Crossing Wyoming, a collection of fiction from White Pine Press.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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On The Cover

Ellen Frankenstein is an award-winning filmmaker and photographer. She directed and produced Miles From The Border, a widely distributed PBS broadcast about a Mexican-American family caught between cultures. She lives in Los Angeles.

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