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The Sun Magazine

Contributors

May 1991

Writers

Stephen T. Butterfield is an English professor at Castleton State College in Castleton, Vermont. “Of Lineage and Love” is a companion piece to an essay about his mother, “Roses on Fire,” which appeared in Issue 150.

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John Taylor Gatto plays chess, writes songs, and grows garlic. He teaches at Junior High School 54 in New York City.

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Ivor S. Irwin is a native of Manchester, England. His writing has appeared in The Indiana Review, The Long Story, The Review Of Contemporary Fiction, and Ripples. He lives in Branford, Connecticut, and teaches at Southern Connecticut State University.

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C. Mulrooney lives in Los Angeles, California. His work has appeared in Atticus Review, Credenza, and Louder Than Bombs.

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Margo Newman lives in western Massachusetts.

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Edwin Romond’s work has appeared in Black River Review, California Quarterly, Lake Effect, Lip Service, and Ransom. He teaches in Washington, New Jersey.

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Sy Safransky is the editor of The Sun.

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Ignacio Schwartz lives in Escondido, California. He was an appraiser for twenty-five years with the Imperial County Assessor’s Office. His novel, The Boys in the Box, will be published soon by Mho & Mho Works.

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Deborah Shouse’s gynecologist was the inspiration for her story in this issue. She writes, “While in his office, he admired my magenta toenails. I said, ‘Every summer, I paint my toenails magenta.’ He said, ‘That sounds like the title to a story.’ ” She lives in Leawood, Kansas.

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Hilde Weisert lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Her poems have appeared in Ironwood, Manhattan Poetry Review, Ms., and Southern Poetry Review.

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On The Cover

Rob Amberg writes, photographs, and gardens in the mountains of western North Carolina.

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