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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

January 1988

Writers

Dana Branscum is the assistant editor of The Sun, and a freelance writer. She lives in Chapel Hill with three cats, Iggy, Myrna Minkoff, and Babette.

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David H. Manning is a freelance writer and media designer who lives in New York City. He and his wife, Suzanne, co-direct the Synergic Theater. He has recently completed his third novel, The Count of Catalunya.

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Deena Metzger is a poet and therapist who lives in Topanga, California. She’s the author of The Woman Who Slept with Men to Take the War out of Them.

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D. Patrick Miller lives in Berkeley, California, where he publishes Presumptions: A Letter at Large (1442A Walnut Street #58, Berkeley, CA 94709).

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Ira Progoff is director of the Intensive Journal Program at its Dialogue House headquarters in New York City.

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Andrew Ramer writes, draws, paints, and plays the piano (black keys only) in Brooklyn, New York.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Susan M. Watkins is the author of Conversations with Seth: The Story of Jane Roberts’s ESP Class (Prentice Hall). She lives in Rock Stream, New York.

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Irving Weiss recently retired after teaching for twenty-five years at the State University of New York in New Paltz. He’s the translator of Malcom de Chazal’s Sens-Plastique.

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On The Cover

Susan Hassol is a photographer who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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