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Robert Bly is one of America’s foremost poets. He won the National Book Award for The Light Around the Body.
David Grant is a writer who lives in St. Louis, Missouri. In the past five years, he and his wife, Barbara, have been in the Peace Corps and have supported themselves as firetower lookouts and by house-building in exchange for rent.
Antonio Machado is one of the finest Spanish poets of this century.
Pamela Altfeld Malone is a writer who lives in Leonia, New Jersey. Her work has appeared in Spectrum, West Branch, Scholia Satyrica and Yellow Silk. Her story, “The Housesitting,” appeared in Issue 115 of THE SUN.
Jean Pickering lives in London, England. She’s on sabbatical from California State University-Fresno and is working on a novel. Two of her stories are about to appear in Queen’s Quarterly and The University of Windsor Review.
Tom Regan belongs to a rare breed of animals, the action-intellectual. His recently published The Case for Animal Rights had secured his place as the philosophical spokesperson for the animal welfare movement.
Leonard Rogoff teaches English at North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina.
Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.
John Rosenthal is a photographer and writer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Howard Jay Rubin