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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

December 1999

Writers

Poe Ballantine is a vigorous little bowlegged vaquero with a hairy chest and a mustache five feet wide. He lives in Mexico and has a collection of short stories forthcoming from Houghton Mifflin.

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Chris Bursk is a decision-making counselor for inmates and parolees and teaches at Bucks Community College. He lives in Langhorne Manor, Pennsylvania.

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Derrick Jensen lives in Crescent City, California, where he teaches creative writing at a maximum-security prison.

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Michael B. Loggins works at Creativity Explored, an arts center in San Francisco’s Mission District. His writing and drawings are currently featured in that city’s “Market Street Art in Transit” public-art series.

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Peter Makuck teaches at East Carolina University, where he has edited Tar River Poetry for the past twenty years. He is the author of a collection of short stories, Breaking and Entering (University of Illinois Press), and several books of poetry, the most recent being Against the Distance (BOA Editions, Ltd.). He lives in Pine Knoll Shores, North Carolina.

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Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.

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Sybil Smith is a poet and writer living in Norwich, Vermont. She has a short story forthcoming in U.S. Catholic.

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Michael Ventura is an essayist and novelist living in Los Angeles. His column “Letters at 3 A.M.” appears biweekly in the Austin Chronicle.

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On The Cover

Ethan Hubbard’s photographs in this issue are from his book The Face of a Man (Pilgrim Press). He lives in Chelsea, Vermont.

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