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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

September 1996

Writers

Chris Bursk is a poet living in Langhorne Manor, Pennsylvania, where he teaches at Bucks County Community College.

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Keith Eisner is a writer living in Olympia, Washington.

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Myron Ernst lives in Vestal, New York, where he and his wife are codirectors of a Montessori preschool. His poems have appeared in the Chicago Review, the Greensboro Review, and Kansas Quarterly.

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Robert Kelsey is a writer who will return home this month to Fort Bragg, California, after seven years in prison.

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Stephen J. Lyons lives in Pullman, Washington. His work has appeared most recently in Rosebud and Sierra, and Washington State University Press has just published his first book, Landscape of the Heart.

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James Neveu’s stories have appeared in the Literary Review, the Bohemian Chronicle, and other journals. He lives with his wife and three sons in Wilbraham, Massachusetts.

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Frances Fox Piven is coauthor of Regulating the Poor (Vintage). She teaches at the graduate school of the City University of New York.

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Dawn Potter lives with her family in Harmony, Maine, where she milks goats, tends the baby, edits books, and writes poetry after everyone has gone to bed.

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Sparrow is running for president again, with the campaign slogan “Forgive all debt, free the slaves.” He lives on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and summers near Olive Bridge, New York, where he walks in the woods, afraid of deer.

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Patricia S. Sullivan lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she teaches writing at the University of Pittsburgh. She is currently at work on a collection of short stories titled Notes for Future Tenants.

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On The Cover

Kenji Kawano is a Japanese photographer who lived on the Navajo reservation in Arizona for twenty years. He now lives in Altus, Oklahoma.

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