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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

December 1977

Writers

Tom Bender

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LAWRENCE BULLOCK: “As always (as Ms. Plath said) the blood jet is poetry and there is no stopping it.”

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CHRISTOPHER BURSK is from Langhorne Manor, Pa.

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LEAF DIAMANT underwent a successful name change.

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CARY FOWLER writes extensively on agricultural issues and the world food problem.

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RICHARD GESS survives the crosswinds of life on his frail motorbike.

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FRANK GRAZIANO lives in Tucson, Arizona where he is editor for the Grilled Flowers Press and works in the Arizona Poetry-In-The-Schools Program.

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KARL GROSSMAN became a vegetarian a few years ago. He discovered he couldn’t stand vegetables, and eats mostly spaghetti.

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DAVID M. GUY has just finished an unpublished novel, Football Dreams.

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ARCHIBALD HENDERSON teaches English at the University of Houston.

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BARRY JACOBS lives in Durham and writes for the North Carolina Anvil. His recent series of article on institutions for the mentally retarded has stirred up overdue controversy.

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HAL RICHMAN has a doctorate in applied kindling. He owns the StoveWorks in Chapel Hill.

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PRISCILLA RICH SAFRANSKY’s two child­ren grew up to be sisters.

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SY SAFRANSKY grew up; this still surprises him.

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DAVID SEARLS invented the modern-day dilemma and is working on a safe-for-children contradiction.

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MARK SHUMAN lives in Hillsborough.

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DEE DEE SMALLis now selling advertising for The Sun. She’s also a dancer and a poet, on or off the volleyball courts.

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TERRILL SHEPARD SOULES is the editor ofDaimon and a member of the Atlanta Poetry Collective.

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VAL STAPLES has the healing touch.

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DAVID TERRENOIRE is a cartoonist-cum-construction worker who lives in Efland.

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CANDIDE JONES UTLEY: “You asked for something autobiographical. Well, I really don’t know how one could ‘begin to spit out the butt-ends’ of one’s ways in a sentence. Let’s just say I’m winging it, and hoping hard.”

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GLORIA DEL VECCHIO is from Yardley, Pa.

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RICHARD WILLIAMS is the author of Savarin.

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