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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

February 1979

Writers

Jimmy Santiago Baca spent five years in prison in Arizona and is now writing in the country in Hurdle Mills, N.C.

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Jerah Chadwick lives in Tucson, Arizona. He recently won the Phi Beta Kappa Thesis Award for a collection of his poems.

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David C. Childers is from Lillington, N.C. and is the author of American Dusk. He’s in law school now, which is “similar to Socialist indoctrination, or being taken out by your father (or father-figure) to the middle of the lake, thrown out, and told to swim. And no comparisons come close.”

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David Citino lives in Marion, Ohio and is assistant professor of English at Ohio State University. 73 Ohio Poets, a book he edited for the Ohio Arts Council, has just been published.

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Rameshwar Das is a poet and photographer from Amagansett, N.Y.

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Aden Field runs the Regulator Bookshop in Durham.

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Judith Goldstein

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David M. Guy is a writer living in Durham, N.C. Aden Field runs the Regulator Bookshop in Durham.

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Judy Hogan was the national chairperson of COSMEP (Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers). She lives in Chapel Hill.

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Robert Horvitz is the art editor of the CoEvolution Quarterly. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut, where he teaches at Yale and draws.

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Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.

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Sandra S. Thompson is co-editor for Angelstone Press in Birmingham, Ala. and has a book out, The Moon Someone Cut in Half.

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On The Cover

Priscilla Rich Safransky

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