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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

July 1996

Writers

Antler follows Walt Whitman’s invocation of the poet a “itinerant gladness scatterer.” He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and is the author of Factory (City Lights) and Last Words (Ballantine).

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Poe Ballantine is in search of a publisher for his novel Beauty Is in the Eyes of William Holden. He lives in Encinitas, California.

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Mark A. Burch is a counselor, therapist, and educator. He lives in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.

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Ron Chepesiuk is a freelance writer and the author of six books, including Sixties Radicals, Then and Now: Candid Conversations with Those Who Moved an Era (McFarland). He lives in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

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Lloyd Degrane is a freelance photographer whose work has appeared in numerous photography journals, and regularly in the Chicago Tribune Magazine and the Chicago Reader. He lives in Chicago.

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Evan Griffith has quit his corporate job and is working on a collection of prose pieces and a novel. He lives in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Lynn Marie Hildebrandt is an artist, writer, and assistant editor at Vision magazine. She lives in San Diego, California.

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Stephen J. Lyons has been employed as a tree planter, daffodil picker, dude-ranch cook, ice-cream vendor, magazine editor, newspaper reporter, tofu maker, grain-truck driver, and assistant dairy herdsman. He lives in Pullman, Washington.

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Walt McLaughlin is a writer, wilderness explorer, and publisher of Wood Thrush Books. He lives with his wife in Burlington, Vermont.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Kirkpatrick Sale is a cofounder of the New York Green Party, and contributing editor at the Nation. He lives in New York City.

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Sparrow is running for president again, this time seeking the Republican nomination. He lives in New York City and is the only GOP hopeful currently espousing revolutionary socialism.

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On The Cover

Gina Meyer is a photographer living in Cotati, California.

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