Issue 17 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine

Contributors

May 1976

Writers

Jeffery Beame has been published in Cold Mountain Review, The Road, Pyramid, Sanskrit, Duchess House Review, and other magazines.

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Joe Blankenship wrote his poem, “The Trucker,” while working for a tractor-trailer-wrecker service two years ago. He drove the Washington-Richmond-Orlando run, retrieving broken-down tractors, and says the poem is “a result of having stepped in and out of a whole life there quickly enough that the experience is clear and yet dream-like.”

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From April 1976: Judy Bratten should write a cookbook.

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C.B. Clark lives in the woods in Chatham County.

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Leaf Diamant is a contributing editor of THE SUN.

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Robert Donnan is washing dishes at Aurora, where nothing tempts him.

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From April 1976: William Gaither works at the SomeThyme Restaurant in Durham, where he hasn’t burnt a sandwich yet.

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From April 1976: Karl Grossman is a newspaperman in his spare time.

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Gray Jacobik is a poet from Washington, D.C.

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Ted Marsh is a new, and vocal, subscriber from New York City.

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From March 1976: Stephen Martin teaches an astrology class.

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Michael D. Rigsby’s poem, “Three Definitions of the Milky Way,” is the title piece in a new collection of his work to be published this month by the Carolina Wren Press.

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Sy Safransky is editor and publisher of THE SUN.

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Dave Searls, WDBS’s Doctor Dave, is a broadcasting and advertising consultant and the author of The Triangle Total FM Guide.

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Dee Dee Small is an occasional English major at UNC in Chapel Hill and lives on a farm in Durham County “with a good friend, assorted animals, and lots and lots of space.”

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Richard Williams is a contributing editor of THE SUN.

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On The Cover

Marty Tatum

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Editor and Publisher
Sy Safransky

Associate Editor
Priscilla Rich Safransky

Production
Betsy Martin

Contributing Editors
Gregg Coffey
Leaf Diamant
Gayle Garrison
Mike Mathers
Richard Williams

Thanks to Loom Press,
Bull City Studios, and
Graphic Reproductions.

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