Issue 68 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


July 1981


Sherman Burns has taught in high school and college and has been creative director of a company making educational and adventure story cassettes for children. He lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Christopher Bursk lives in Langhorne Manor, Pennsylvania, where he writes poetry and teaches high school English.


Anne Herbert is the assistant editor of CoEvolution Quarterly.


Ron Kurtz is a psychotherapist, has taught psychology at San Francisco State College, and is the author of The Body Reveals. He lives in Massachusetts.


Virginia L. Rudder lives in Hurdle Mills, North Carolina. Her books of poetry are After the Ifaluk and Other Poems and The Gallows Lord.


David Manning is a writer who lives in San Francisco, California. With his wife — dancer/choreographer Suzanne White Manning — he presents experiences in sound, light and movement with their dance/theatre company, “Delta Carnival.”


Lesléa Newman writes and teaches poetry in Boulder, Colorado. Her first collection of poems, from which the poem in this issue is reprinted, is Just Looking for My Shoes (Back Door Press, 9561 East Grand Place, Englewood, Colorado 98110).


Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.


On The Cover

Elizabeth Campbell is a writer and photographer who lives in the country near Saxapahaw, North Carolina.


Sy Safransky

Assistant Editor
Dana P. Reinhold

Contributing Editor
Elizabeth Campbell

Ed Cottingham

Editorial Assistants
Peggy Gladstone
Lisa Hoover
Christopher Jarrett
Ellie Reinhold
Anne Rubin
Howard Rubin
Dawn Taylor
Ruth Wysor

Lunar Graphics (Pat and John Cotterman)
Louise Harris

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