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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

November 1997

Writers

David Barsamian is the director of Alternative Radio, a forum for progressive voices.

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Mark Brazaitis is a writer and poet living in Washington, D.C.

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David Denny edits the magazine Bottomfish and teaches English at De Anza College in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Tod Goldberg’s work has appeared in Curriculum Vitae, the Chapbook of the Deep South, and the Beanfield Creative Review. He lives in Los Angeles.

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Dorian Gossy’s fiction has appeared in Ascent and Willow Springs. She lives in Bloomington, Indiana.

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Mark A. Hetts is a syndicated columnist who writes about home repair and the meaning of life.

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Judith Joyce is the pseudonym of a San Francisco Bay Area poet and essayist.

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Stephen J. Lyons’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Commonweal, New Age Journal, and the erotic poetry anthology Passionate Hearts (New World Library). He lives in Pullman, Washington, and has decided he doesn’t want to be a famous writer.

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Christine Marie grew up surrounded by the largest national forest in North America and wrote her first poems lying belly down on its floor. She lives in Sitka, Alaska.

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Wendy Mnookin teaches poetry in Boston-area schools and is the author of Guenever Speaks (Round Table Publications). She lives in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.

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David Romtvedt is a writer living in Buffalo, Wyoming.

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Lee Rossi’s poems are forthcoming in Apalachee Quarterly, Blue Satellite, Rattle, and Pearl. He lives in Los Angeles.

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Mary Sepulveda has been spending her days in a bakery lately, learning the secrets of flour and yeast. She lives in Oregon City, Oregon.

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Michael Ventura’s column “Letters at 3 A.M.” appears biweekly in the Austin Chronicle. His most recent book is The Death of Frank Sinatra (Holt), a novel set in Las Vegas.

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On The Cover

Gregory Thorp is a photographer living in New Haven, Connecticut.

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