Issue 14 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine

Contributors

February 1976

Writers

Joe Blankenship is a poet.

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Judy Bratten should write a cookbook.

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Lamellicorn the Clone (Rob Brezsny) has been asked to submit his dreams to Bardic tests.

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Moira Crone, one-time resident of Chapel Hill and graduate of Smith College, is a writer living in Boston.

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Leaf Diamant is a contributing editor of THE SUN.

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Robert Donnan is a Chapel Hill based writer.

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William Gaither lives in Durham. He says the article in this issue is “a lesson of what a co-existing lifetime of Richard Nixon and hard drugs will do to you.”

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Gayle Garrison teaches yoga.

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Karl Grossman is our correspondent in North Hackensack, New Jersey.

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Douglas Hall writes from Vermont that “the endless winter is a wicked one — lots of snow and 20 below zero nights.”

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Wayne Hall is keeping warm at the Ackland Art Center in Chapel Hill, where he works between poems.

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Jim Lark is a Chapel Hill poet.

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Stephen Martin is a Chapel Hill carpenter and astrologer.

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Priscilla Rich Safransky is associate editor of THE SUN.

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Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.

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Seth is the “personality” no longer focused in physical reality who speaks through author Jane Roberts.

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Stephen Steneov is a progressive American social philosopher who looks to a bright future, and asks, Why not?

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Richard Williams is THE SUN’s poetry editor.

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On The Cover

Editor and Publisher
Sy Safransky

Associate Editor
Priscilla Rich Safransky

Contributing Editors
Mike Mathers
Richard Williams (Poetry)
Leaf Diamant

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