Issue 223 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine

Contributors

July 1994

Writers

Terry Adams lives in Palo Alto, California. His poems have appeared in Poetry, Ironwood, College English, and Witness.

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Eugenio de Andrade is one of Portugal’s foremost living poets. His works have been translated into twenty languages.

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Antler is the author of two books of poetry, Factory and Last Words. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and was recently chosen to travel and perform in San Francisco, New York City, and Buffalo as part of the Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest literary tour.

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Robert Bly says he’s been “writing a poem a day since Bill Stafford died; he used to do that.” The author of more than a dozen books of poems, Bly won the National Book Award for poetry in 1968. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Alison Clement lives with her family on the Oregon coast, where she writes stories and waits tables.

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Dan Coleman cofounded the Green movement in North Carolina and helped draft the national Green platform. He works as a writer, computer consultant, campaign organizer, and grassroots activist in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Roger Hart teaches school in northern Ohio. He has a master’s degree in creative writing from Antioch University and has been published in numerous small journals.

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Alexis Levitin’s fifth translation of Eugenio de Andrade’s poems, Solar Matter, will be published in the fall. He is a professor of English at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh.

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Mary Maruca, a writer living in Virginia, says, “If I could be anything but human, if I could be a magazine, for example, The Sun is exactly the kind of magazine I would want to be.”

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Joy Parker founded the literary magazine Blue Light Red Light and has taught writing at New York University and Columbia University. Her most recent project is a book on elders in indigenous communities.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Peter Searls is a student at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

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Donald N. S. Unger lives in Worcester (Wuhstuh), Massachusetts — where the first typewriter was invented in 1843 — and is currently in search of a publisher for his recently completed novel, Cruise.

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Michael Ventura’s essays have been collected in Shadow Dancing in the USA and Letters at 3 AM. His second novel, The Zoo Where You’re Fed to God, is scheduled for release next fall. He lives in Los Angeles.

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Andrew Weil is a physician, a botanist, and the author of five books on consciousness, drugs, health, and healing, including The Natural Mind: A New Way of Looking at Drugs and Higher Consciousness.

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On The Cover

John Rosenthal is a photographer and writer living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Editor
Sy Safransky

Business Manager
Susan Ganung Tremblay

Assistant Editor
Andrew W. Snee

Editorial Assistant
Bob Rehak

Copy Editor
Seth Mirsky

Readers
Adam Beales
Colleen Donfield
Wendy DuBow

Editorial Apprentice
Katherine Cloninger

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