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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

July 1985

Writers

Joy Franklin lives in Taos, New Mexixo and is the editor of Bartholomew’s I Come As A Brother.

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Paul Gorman

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Alfred Gross is the author of a poetry chapbook, Dancing On The Edge (Homunculus Press). He has lived in Eugene, Oregon since 1977, where his poetry, essays, book reviews, stories and journalism have appeared in local publications.

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Judy Hogan is a writer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She runs the Carolina Wren Press.

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David Koteen, after thirteen years of land-oriented, communal living, now resides on the concrete of Eugene, Oregon, where he writes for a weekly newspaper and wonders “why does all this information about fellow Oregonian Jon Remmerde come via Chapel Hill, North Carolina?”

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Faith McLellan lives in High Point, North Carolina. She has worked in hospital emergency rooms for the past seven years.

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Sy Safransky

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On The Cover

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

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