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The Sun Magazine


August 1987


Ralph Earle is proprietor of the Carolina Bookshop in Sanford, North Carolina and is senior editor of Sandpaper magazine. His poems have appeared in The Sun, East West Journal, and elsewhere.

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Robert Ebisch is a freelance journalist and fiction writer who lives in Denver, Colorado. He does as much mountain climbing and trout fishing as possible.

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Brad Lemley is a freelance writer who lives in Washington, D.C. He writes that four months after his son, Alex, was born, his wife returned to full-time work, “and since I began my stint as primary caregiver, my freelance output has dropped ninety-eight percent, though I do produce grocery lists with layered meanings.”

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Tony Park is finishing up an M.A. in Creative Writing and Poetry at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. He’s had poems in Crosscurrents, Kentucky Poetry Review, The Midwest Quarterly, The New York Quarterly, and Sonora Review.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Tim Seibles has taught high school English for the last eight years. He lives in Dallas, Texas, where he’ll read poetry to people “like a madman, at a moment’s notice.”

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Walter Wink is professor of Biblical interpretation at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City. He’s the author of Naming the Powers, Unmasking the Powers, and The Bible in Human Transformation, among other books.

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John Rosenthal is a photographer and writer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. His weekly radio commentary is heard on WUNC-FM.

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