Issue 241 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


January 1996


Poe Ballantine lives in Arkansas, for the moment. His work has appeared in Literal Latte, Clutch, and Plastic Tower.


Kristina Grondahl Bear is a teacher and therapist living in Berkeley, California. She is working on a collection of poetry that is the fruition of twenty years of spiritual practice.


Dorian Gossy’s work has been published or is forthcoming in Seattle Review, Ascent, and Beloit Fiction Journal. Her story in this issue is part of her unpublished book The House on Figueroa, a collection of stories set in Los Angeles. She lives in Bloomington, Indiana.


Gillian Kendall is a SWF, 35. Likes writing, reading, Sunday expeditions, cats, chocolate, vegetarian cooking, and underfinanced, extended overseas work/travel. ISO publisher for short-story collection/novel. She lives in Birmingham, Alabama.


Gene Logsdon lives and works with his wife on a small farm in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. He is the author of fourteen books on rural life and a weekly column, “The Country Rover,” in the Carey Progressor Times.


Scott London hosts Insight & Outlook, a syndicated public-radio program. He lives in Santa Barbara, California.


David Romtvedt is a poet, fiction writer, and essayist living in Buffalo, Wyoming. His poem in this issue is from his latest book, Certainty (White Pine).


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Mary Beth Simmons is a writer living in Iowa City, Iowa. Her work has appeared in Escape and Chile Pepper.


On The Cover

Clemens Kalischer’s photographs have appeared in numerous periodicals, including Life, Newsweek, and Orion, and are part of several permanent museum collections. He lives in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.


Sy Safransky

Business Manager
Susan Tremblay

Assistant Editor
Andrew W. Snee

Production Manager
Bob Rehak

Copy Editor
Seth Mirsky

Colleen Donfield
Ann Humphreys

Office Assistant
Wendy Mitchell

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