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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

November 1976

Writers

Alma Blount is learning to wait without hope.

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Leaf Diamant is a human awareness counsellor who’s worth calling if you need help in helping yourself. He’s at 738 Clark Road in Chapel Hill, 967-8663.

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Cary Fowler is co-director of the Agricultural Resources Center (Box 646, Chapel Hill, N.C.) an educational organization concerned with the food problem, and junior author, with Frances Lappé of Food First, to be published next spring by Houghton-Mifflin.

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Karl Grossman is trying to make ends meet as a Long Island newspaperman and a humorist, which is pretty funny.

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Louise Harris says her poems in this issue were all written when the sun was in Cancer, and that she chose the name, Seed-Memory Poems “somewhat from Dane Rudhyar, my spirit being the seed from which memory, contemplation and prophecy proceed”.

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Judy Hogan is the editor of Hyperion, a poetry journal, and is over-committed to the small press movement, most noticeably as chairperson of the board of COSMEP (The Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers).

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Daniel R. Koenigshofer is an energy consultant and the head of Integrated Energy Systems, a Chapel Hill firm specializing in energy policy and solar and wind design.

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Hal Richman is a closet Ph.D. who peddles wood heaters and furnaces from his home in Chapel Hill.

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Sy Safransky is waiting for the warmth from the fire to reach his freezing fingers. What have they done to the seasons?

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David Searls is the associate editor of Theta magazine, which reports on research about survival after death, and is surviving quite nicely himself.

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Mark S. Shuman

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Richard Williams is a poet, teacher, and translator.

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