Issue 10 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine

Contributors

September 1975

Writers

Joe Blankenship is a poet who lives in Raleigh.

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David Bonnis says he’s vastly intuitive, but doesn’t care.

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Judy Bratten prefers to remain anonymous.

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Lamellicorn the Clone (Rob Brezsny) describes himself as the least respectable avatar of the ancient Clone family. In his last incarnation, he was a rock ’n roll singer.

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Leaf Robert Diamant says, “Collecting and using plants is only a small part of the experience. As I walk through a forest or field or vacant lot, I am continuously amazed by the beauty and variety of life and death. I am wonder-filled by this process, by everything and everyone’s participation in it. Sharing with nature opens us people right up.”

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Ebba Kraar is searching for life’s meaning in the libraries of Syracuse.

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Norm Moser has returned to his beloved San Francisco Bay.

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Priscilla Rich Safransky has given in and changed her name.

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Michael Rigsby has started raising sheep so eventually everything he needs can be obtained from the flock.

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Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.

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Kip Ward, who started Loom Press, spends a lot of time on the phone.

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Richard Williams is the author of Suburban Blues. “Coin” will be included in a collection of his poetry to come out next year.

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On The Cover

The cover illustration is by Tom Cleveland. He is proud of his foundry.

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Editor and Publisher
Sy Safransky

Editors-at-large
Priscilla Rich Safransky
Mike Mathers

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