Issue 134 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


January 1987


Laura Beausoleil lives in San Francisco, California. She’s the author of a book of poems, In The Absence Of A Surface (Androgyny Press).


Eleanore Devine is a writer whose stories have appeared in Kansas Quarterly, Indiana Review, Hoboken Journal, Other Voices, and Southern Humanities Review. She’s the author, with Martha Clark, of The Dolphin Smile: Twenty-nine Centuries of Dolphin Lore (Macmillan). She lives in Northfield, Illinois.


Robert Fuller is the former president of Oberlin College. He lives in Berkeley, California.


David Guy is a novelist and essayist who lives in Durham, North Carolina. His most recent book is Second Brother.


Richard Heinberg is a writer who lives in the forty-year-old intentional community of Sunrise Ranch near Loveland, Colorado, where he and 140 associates are “dedicated to the present revelation of paradisal consciousness in practical, daily living.” His writing has appeared in Manas, One Earth, Kronos, Horus, and Integrity.


Mark O’Brien is a writer who lives in Berkeley, California. His work has appeared in CoEvolution Quarterly, Whole Earth Software Review, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Stricken with polio at the age of six, he spends most of his time in an iron lung. He writes with a mouthstick and a computer.


David Romtvedt is a poet and fiction writer who lives at the base of the Bighorn Mountains in northern Wyoming.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


On The Cover

Joel Schatz is a writer and photographer and citizen diplomat who lives in San Francisco, California. The cover photograph is of a mother and daughter sharing a picnic on the first day of spring in the woods outside Moscow.


Sy Safransky

Office Manager
Catherine Dumas

Assistant to the Editor
Jan Bellard

Editorial Assistants
Susan Davis
Janne Groner
Hope Janke

Contributing Editor
Juli Duncan

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