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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

November 1993

Writers

Dina Ben-Lev is a poet from Seattle, Washington. Her poems have appeared in Field, Poetry Northwest, the Gettysburg Review, and the Literary Review.

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Jeanne Duprau watches birds from her home office in Menlo Park, California. She is the author of The Earth House, a book about Zen and house building.

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J.A. Hamilton is the author of July Nights and Steam-Cleaning Love. She lives in Vancouver, Canada.

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D. Rose Hartmann, whose work has appeared in Green Egg, Tantra, and Talking Raven, lives in Seattle, Washington. She once owned a boa constrictor.

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Kerry Hudson lives in Gainesville, Florida with his two golden retrievers. His work has appeared in Confrontation.

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Alison Luterman lives in Oakland, California. “Lately,” she writes, “I’ve been feeling like a juggler with twelve plates in the air, right on the verge of dropping something.”

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Judith Maloney lives in State College, Pennsylvania. Her fiction has appeared in Long Story, Exquisite Corpse, and Sojourner.

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Lee McCarthy’s first book of poetry, Desire’s Door, was co-winner of the 1991 Nicholas Roerich Poetry Award. Her poem “Santa Paula,” which appears in this issue, is part of her chapbook Combing Hair with a Seashell. She lives in Bakersfield, California.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Floyd Skloot, of Amity, Oregon, is the author of the novel Pilgrim’s Harbor and a collection of poems called Music Appreciation.

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Sparrow writes that he is “sitting next to the tiger (stuffed tiger) that is drying on the radiator. We were permissive parents today and allowed our daughter, Sylvia, to bring him into the bathtub. She seemed relieved to have something in the tub that she could really get wet.”

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Thom Tammaro lives in Moorhead, Minnesota. He is the author of Minnesota Suite, a poetry chapbook.

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Michael Toms is the president of New Dimensions Radio. He lives in Ukiah, California.

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Erec Toso teaches English and is working toward a Ph.D. at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

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On The Cover

Robert Amberg is a photographer from Marshall, North Carolina.

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