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April 1975

Writers

Cindy Crossen And Chip

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Anonymous

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Joe Blankenship’s first book of poet is The Serpent Child.

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I. Conoclast

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Robert Diamant is a human sexuality counsellor.

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Gayle Garrison, according to one friend, looks like Venus on the Half Shell. She lives with the reincarnation of Botticelli, and reads the Tarot.

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Blue Harary, a Duke student, lives and works at the Psychical Research Foundation in Durham, where he does out of body research.

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Ebba Kraar returned to Chapel Hill recently after 10 years in the Far East.

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Mike Mathers is a double Pisces with Leo rising who lives in the country and works in town.

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Gary Phillips

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Hal Richman is a typical Chapel Hill do-right: natural foods, baking, yoga, meditation, ex-intellectual. Hal, Abe, and Bev are opening a small community bakery. Look for the bread, cookies and bagels.

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Sy Safransky has been publishing regularly in The SUN, in the hopes of saving enough money to go to the moon. He’s gotten as far as the fifth floor of the NCNB building.

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Britt Stafford

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