Issue 252 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


December 1996


Kim Addonizio has taught writing at universities, prisons, senior centers, and hospitals. Her poem in this issue originally appeared in the anthology Lovers, and later in her collection The Philosopher’s Club (BOA Editions, Ltd.). She lives in San Francisco.


Sarajane Archdeacon, having finally learned to use her computer, is ready to give away her manual typewriters to anyone who will stop by for them. She lives in New York City.


Poe Ballantine’s story in this issue is the first chapter of his unpublished novel Beauty Is in the Eyes of William Holden. He lives in Encinitas, California.


Jane Bernstein’s books include Departures (Holt, Rinehard, and Winston) and Loving Rachel (Little, Brown). She lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and is currently working on a screen adaptation of Kaye Gibbons’s novel A Cure for Dreams.


Neil Carpathios’s poems have appeared, or will soon appear, in Poetry, Poet Lore, and the Birmingham Poetry Review. He teaches high-school English and adult creative writing in Massillon, Ohio.


Josip Novakovich is the author of Yolk, a collection of stories, and Apricots from Chernobyl, a collection of essays, both from Graywolf Press. He lives in Blue Creek, Ohio.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Jeanie Wylie-Kellermann is editor and publisher of The Witness, “a journal examining society in light of faith and conscience.” She lives in Detroit, Michigan.


On The Cover

Jennifer Warburg is a photographer and political activist living in Durham, North Carolina.


Sy Safransky

Business Manager
Ilona Page

Assistant Editor
Andrew W. Snee

Production Manager
Julia L. Burke

Copy Editor
Seth Mirsky

Colleen Donfield
Ann Humphreys
Bob Rehak

Office Assistant
Whitney Martin

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