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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

July 1991

Writers

Antler is the author of Factory (City Lights) and Last Words (Ballantine). Following Whitman’s invocation of the poet as “itinerant gladness scatterer,” Antler makes his living reading poems throughout America. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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John Bunting is a photographer in Stratford, Connecticut.

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Colman McCarthy teaches courses in nonviolence at the Georgetown University law school and the University of Maryland, where he is an adjunct professor, and as an early-morning volunteer at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. In 1985, he founded the Center for Teaching Peace to provide course syllabuses and in some cases, teachers — for schools around the country.

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Earl C. Pike lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he works as a consultant on AIDS and AIDS-related issues.

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David Romtvedt lives in Buffalo, Wyoming, where he writes and plays music. He is in search of a publisher for his recently completed novel, The Theatre of the Sky.

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Isabella Russell-Ides is a poet, a playwright, a painter, and “a divine comedienne.” She lives in Stockton, New Jersey.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Mary Sojourner lives in Flagstaff, Arizona. She is the author of Sisters of the Dream, and is currently at work on a post-Vietnam ghost story, Going Through Ghosts.

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Ashley Walker is an introspective computer programmer who lives in Dallas, Texas, with four cats and her husband.

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Andrea Wolper is currently at work on The Actor’s City Sourcebook. She lives in New York City, where she also sings and recently earned a black belt in karate. (She wishes to thank Kelly Jones for her help with the Colman McCarthy interview.)

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On The Cover

Doug Rhinehart’s idea of a good time “is to load up my well-worn car with photo equipment, some food, and a cooler of beer and head out from my home in Woody Creek, Colorado, to explore the lonely and desolate blue highways of my native West. When not burning fossil fuel and film, I divide my time between being an administrator and a photo instructor at Colorado Mountain College.”

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