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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

June 1998

Writers

Poe Ballantine is greasy, narrow faced, and extremely intractable, and goes around with a fishbowl on his head. He lives at the Old Sunset Motel in Hays, Kansas.

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Margaret Hutton received an M.F.A. from George Mason University, where she was awarded the position of Heritage Writer. She lives in Arlington, Virginia.

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Joseph J. Landry is a happily married hairdresser living in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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Jennie Litt’s fiction has appeared in Indiana Review, the Blue Moon Review, and Fireweed. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, and is currently at work on a novel.

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Stephen J. Lyons is completing a book of essays titled Have a Kokopelli Day, and Other Bad Western Dreams. He lives in Washington State but works in Idaho.

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Thomas Moore is the author of several books, including Care of the Soul (HarperCollins). His book Soul of Sex is forthcoming from HarperPerennial.

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Marc Petersen is a poet who is trying to figure out his past. He lives in Santa Clara, California.

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Alison Seevak lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she teaches poetry to fourth- and fifth-graders.

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David Steinberg is a writer, editor, and publisher who lives in Santa Cruz, California. His books include Erotic by Nature: A Celebration of Life, of Love, and of Our Wonderful Bodies (Red Alder Books) and The Erotic Impulse: Honoring the Sensual Self (Tarcher/Putnam).

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Leora Tanenbaum is writing a book about girls labeled “sluts” by their peers. Her work has appeared in the Nation, Seventeen, Ms., and the Women’s Review of Books. She lives in New York City.

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Carol Tufts teaches English at Oberlin College in Ohio. Her work has appeared in Poetry, Potpourri, Sunstone, and the anthology Claiming the Spirit Within (Beacon Press).

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On The Cover

Sandro Michahelles is a photographer whose work has appeared in George, Twin Cities Reader, Chicago Magazine, and Hungry Mind Review. He lives in Firenze, Italy.

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