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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

June 1996

Writers

Kim Addonizio has taught writing at universities, prisons, senior centers, and hospitals. Her poem in this issue originally appeared in the Berkeley Poetry Review. She lives in San Francisco.

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Edward Allen’s work has appeared in the New Yorker, Gentlemen’s Quarterly, and the New York Times Book Review. His most recent book is The Hands-On Fiction Workbook (Prentice Hall). He teaches literature and creative writing at the University of South Dakota.

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Robert Bly is a poet, translator, editor, and essayist. His most recent book of poems is Meditations on the Insatiable Soul (HarperCollins). He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Tom Crider is a writer living in Southbury, Connecticut.

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Harvey Goldner was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, though he now lives in Seattle, Washington, where he is a bum.

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Andrea Gollin’s work has appeared in the Virginia Quarterly Review, the Texas Review, and elsewhere. She lives in Miami, Florida.

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Charles Goodrich is a writer and gardener firmly rooted in Corvallis, Oregon.

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Nancy Huston is a Canadian-born writer living in Paris. She is the author of twelve books of fiction and nonfiction written in French.

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Josephine Redlin’s poems have appeared in the New England Review and the Antioch Review. She lives in Fresno, California.

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Hilde Weisert’s poems have appeared in Ms., Southern Poetry Review, and the Charlotte Poetry Review. She lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Nina Wise is a performance artist living in San Rafael, California. She conducts workshops at the Motion Studio and is writing a book titled Guidebook for a Lonely Planet.

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On The Cover

Linda Smogor is a photographer living in Homer, Alaska.

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