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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

May 1985

Writers

A spirit that calls itself Bartholomew speaks through a woman named Mary-Margaret Moore, who for the past seven years has given hundreds of readings in which Bartholomew eloquently addresses perennial questions about fear, relationship, death, spirituality, and so on.

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William Neil Bender lives in Athens, West Virginia. He’s had work published in Rebel, Poets of the U.S., and Reflexes.

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William K. Bottorff recently phased out a period of scholarly writing to concentrate full-time on stories and poems. He has had a number of each published in Wind, Cornfield Review, Four Quarters and Bitterroot. He lives in Toledo, Ohio.

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Bradford Evans is a psychologist and poet who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Some of his writing will appear this year in the Laurel Review, St. Andrews Review, and Pembroke magazine.

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Walt Franklin lives in Rexville, New York. He has published a book of poems, Talking to the Owls (Great Elm Press), and is currently working on a natural history of the northern Appalachians.

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Lorenzo W. Milam is the author of the Cripple Liberation Front Marching Band Blues. He lives in San Diego, California.

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Howard Jay Rubin is a freelance writer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.

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On The Cover

Hella Hammid is a photographer who lives in Los Angeles, California.

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