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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.
Juli Duncan is THE SUN’s new office manager. She lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and is writing a novel about a young female genius who tries to reconcile physics with spiritual consciousness, goes into the desert to take part in ancient rituals, and goes back to college to deal with the consequences.
David Guy is a novelist and book reviewer who lives in Durham, North Carolina.
James Humphrey’s eighth book of poems, Studying Great Writers, Poems 1981-1985, will be out at the end of this year from Poets Alive Press. He lives in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Adele Levin lives in Berkeley, California, where she writes every morning from 7 to 11.
Carol Logie, at 38, wishes for more clarity about her money and her work. She is renovating a home in Hillsborough, North Carolina. Of that she is certain.
Pamela Altfeld Malone, who is from Los Angeles but lives in New Jersey, misses the war wonton. “The best place to get war wonton was Flo’s on San Pablo Avenue in Albany, California. I remember silver albalone floating past the best wontons in the world. Alas, Flo’s closed in 1966 . . . but life goes on.”
Norm Moser is a writer who lives in Berkeley, California. His most recent collection of fiction is El Grito del Norte and Other Stories (Illuminations Press, 2110 9th Street, Apt. B, Berkeley, California 94710).
Lily Pond is the editor of Yellow Silk, Journal of Erotic Arts. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area, where “the ants are crawling into the hummingbird feeder and the apples are going unpicked on the neighbor’s tree. My mother always said I should finish college but she didn’t tell me it would lead to this. I figure, do what you can while you can, and you probably can much longer than they tell you.”
John Rosenthal is a photographer and writer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.
Robert Silverberg is the winner of the Hugo and Nebula science fiction writing awards. He lives in Oakland, California.
Stephen Vincent is the editor and publisher of Momo’s Press in San Francisco, California.
Ira Wood lives in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, and is the author of several plays, including “The Last White Class,” co-written with his wife, Marge Piercy.
Dan May lives in Sunnyvale, California. He is a self-taught artist who “has paint on everything he owns, needs a larger studio, never misses a meal, loves still, quiet mornings and enjoys and cherishes his friends.”
Howard Jay Rubin