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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

December 1987

Writers

Maria Boza is a writer who lives in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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Barbara W. Gibson is a poet who lives in Takoma Park, Maryland.

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David Koteen dances and writes in Eugene, Oregon. His fiction is being syndicated through the Fiction Network in San Francisco.

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Helen M. Luke is director of the Apple Farm Community near Three Rivers, Michigan, and the author of Woman: Earth and Spirit, The Inner Story, and The Voice Within, all published by Crossroad.

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Sy Safransky

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Sparrow, after traveling to India, is back in New York, “this unspeakable city, although actually quite moderate — too moderate, after Calcutta, though Calcutta isn’t what people think. It’s mostly a warm place, one of those places no one visits, and when you do, everyone is so nice to you, you think, ‘Ah, this is why no one visits. Tourists are so welcome, they feel unwelcome.’ ”

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Barbara Turino is a freelance writer who lives in Valley Stream, New York.

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Various

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On The Cover

Steve Tolen is a chiropractor in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, whose interests are photography and his two-year-old daughter, Sarah.

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