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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

April 1993

Writers

Keith Russell Ablow is a writer and psychiatrist who lives in Boston.

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Auntie Barba emerged from the head of Barbara S.F. Davis at Sunday brunch in Santa Cruz, California.

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James Carlos Blake was born in Mexico, raised in Texas, and now lives in Florida. Portions of “Three Tales Of The Revolution” appeared previously in Quarterly West.

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Stephen T. Butterfield lives in Vermont. He is interested in working with other crime victims to “help change the balance of power between criminals and citizens.”

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Richard Duggin, the author of two novels, teaches at the Writers’ Workshop at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. His stories have appeared in Playboy, North Atlantic Review, and Crosscurrents.

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Luke Janusz is the publisher and editor of Odyssey, a publication dedicated to creating alternatives in criminal justice. He founded Odyssey while serving a twelve-to-fifteen year prison sentence in Massachusetts.

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Carl-Michal Krawczyk, a Brit of Polish extraction, is now a permanent resident of the United States. He wrote and hosted the thirteen-part Public Broadcasting System series “Images Of America” and has won two national literary awards for fiction. He lives with his wife in Marietta, Ohio, where he teaches history at a community college.

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Alison Luterman is a Jewish neo-pagan or a neo-pagan Jew, and sings every chance she can get. She works as a poet-in-the-schools in Oakland, California.

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Lee Passarella is a technical writer, editor, and illustrator who lives in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Passarella’s poems have appeared in the New Mexico Humanities Review, and the Mankato Poetry Review.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Charlotte D. Staelin lives on a farm on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

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Thom Tammaro lives in Moorhead, Minnesota.

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Robert P. Weintraub lives in Newtonville, Massachusetts. He has completed two novels, Best Wishes, Harry Greenfield, and My Honorable Brother.

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On The Cover

Marvin W. Schwartz lives in New York, Paris, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. He has published five books of photography and completed special commissions for the Whitney Museum and the Smithsonian Institution.

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