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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

June 1977

Writers

Jimmy Santiago Baca is in prison in Arizona.

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Lawrence Bullock is from Greensboro and has had poetry published in Skullpolish, (Fla.) and The Lake Superior Review (Mich.)

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Max Childers is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. He plays racquetball, teaches English, and leads a wicked and dissolute life.

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Carol Dunne lives in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, where, after working some years in labor relations, TV copywriting, and hotels, now devotes all her energy to poetry.

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Cary Fowler is co-director of the Agricultural Resources Center in Chapel Hill, an educational organization concerned with the world food problem, and is co-author, with Frances Lappe, of Food First (Houghton-Mifflin).

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Stephen Gaskin

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David M. Guy

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Karen Hayes, whose poems in this issue were originally published by the Cauldron Press in Missouri, is a Chapel Hill poet who says of herself: “My strength comes from good friends, my heart comes from Afghanistan, my inspiration comes from strong people. I cannot get enough carniverous fish, frozen yoghurt, poetry or love to ever satisfy my cravings.

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Priscilla Rich Safransky is expecting another child this fall.

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Sy Safransky is expecting, therefore, you’ll all subscribe.

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David Searls lives on a radio farm near Chapel Hill. His ambition is to be the television of the future.

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Val Staples is in the physicians assistant program at Duke University.

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Julia C. Stockton

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Gloria Del Vecchio is a Pennsylvania poetry therapist and unemployed produce manager who has written 1¾ philosophy books.

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On The Cover

Enrique Vega is a Chapel Hill photographer.

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