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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

August 1995

Writers

Poe Ballantine is a writer living in Chadron, Nebraska. His work has appeared in Literal Latte, Clutch, and the Plastic Tower.

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Lisa Colt is a retired high-school teacher who now devotes her time to writing, painting, sitting practice, and tending the worm farm in her kitchen. She lives in Dedham, Masachusetts.

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Diana Stuart Greene is a writer living in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Her commentaries have been broadcast on National Public Radio.

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Eric Howard has never learned to play the saxophone and doesn’t tell his cat’s name to just anyone. Sometimes on weekends, he shoots a .44 Magnum at little iron chickens. He lives in Pasadena, California.

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Kip Irwin is a teacher at a community college in Pennsylvania and a probation and prison counselor.

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Cedar Koons is a poet living in Carrboro, North Carolina. Her poems in this issue are from an unpublished collection titled Major Arcana.

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William Lychack is a writer and part-time editor at Milkweed Editions. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Lorenzo Wilson Milam was born at a very early age and is preparing to launch a new publication for aging hippies titled Geeze: A Magazine for Wrinkled Kids.

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Michael Pollan is editor-at-large of Harper’s.

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Theodore Roszak is a professor of history at California State University, Hayward, and the author of The Voice of the Earth (Touchstone). He lives in Berkeley, California.

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Mary Jane Ryals teaches narrative technique and writing at Florida State University and lives on thirty-seven acres of woods in the middle of Tallahassee, Florida.

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On The Cover

Doug Rhinehart’s idea of a good time is to load up his car with photo equipment, food, and beer, and explore the highways of his native west. He lives in Woody Creek, Colorado.

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