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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

November 1977

Writers

JIMMY SANTIAGO BACA is in prison in Arizona. His poetry has appeared in The Sun before.

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ROB BREZSNY writes from Santa Cruz: “I wish you could hear what I hear here in California. A constant Static, a continuous Babble, as if the air were bleeding with millions of voices, yearning, emanating, all asserting their right to be heard. The Silence, some Absence, is what I miss about North Carolina, the clarity and sharp presence of the Moon, which here in California is obscured by the droning astral radio . . .​ It’s as if the astral plane were more densely populated here. Or that thoughts burst immediately into astral adulthood without doing any growing up. Or maybe the standards have been lowered for what the inner voices are allowed to regard as important. Everyone speaks with shrill insistence, everyone is given equal potency.

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STEVEN FORD BROWN is the editor of Aura, the literary arts review of the University of Birmingham in Alabama.

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Betsy Campbell

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LEAF DIAMANT is a human awareness counselor who has contributed to The Sun longer and more regularly than anyone, and always at the last minute.

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CARY FOWLER writes on the world food problem and is co-director of the Agricultural Resources Center in Chapel Hill.

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WILLIAM GAITHER landed a job as staff photographer for a daily paper in Clinton, North Carolina.

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KARL GROSSMAN has had many lifetimes, and this may be one of them.

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DAVID M. GUY is a writer who lives in Durham.

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BARRY JACOBS writes regularly for The Anvil.

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STEPHEN MARCH is from Chapel Hill. He's finishing a book and planning a cross-country photography trip.

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SY SAFRANSKY loves his children dearly, and would love for Priscilla to bake cookies for awhile.

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DAVID SEARLS has miles to go before he sleeps.

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PAUL A. SMITH just moved to North Carolina from Kansas. He’s been a news writer, an athlete, a bartender, a gas jockey, a social worker, a ditch-digger, and now he teaches composition at Duke while working on his Ph.D. He says this last job pays the least.

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VAL STAPLES is in the physicians assistant program at Duke University.

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DAVID TERRENOIRE says he was so delighted at his Sun acceptance he buttonholed passersby, waving his check in their eyes.

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ROBERT VOLBRECHTis co-editor of a recently published anthology, Fired Up With You!.

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On The Cover

Cedar & Stephen Koons

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