Issue 69 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


August 1981


Jimmy Santiago Baca is a writer who lives in Pulaski, Virginia. He is the author of a book of poems, Immigrants in Our Own Land (Louisiana State University Press).


Thaddeus Golas describes himself as “one of the few authors of metaphysical books who has formed no organizations, collected no contributions, made no speeches, formed no classes, acquired no disciples.”


Wayne Perras is a free-lance writer who helps edit the High Rock Review in Saratoga Springs, New York. He reads his poetry to the accompaniment of congas and jazz piano whenever possible.


Leonard Rogoff lives in Hillsborough and teaches English at North Carolina Central University in Durham. He has held season tickets to all Carolina home games for the last eleven years; his phone number is unlisted.


Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.


Pat Ellis Taylor lives in Dallas, Texas.


Thomas Wiloch lives in St. Clair Shores, Michigan. His fiction has appeared in Argonaut, Owlflight, Fantasy Macabre, and Magical Blend.


On The Cover

Gretchen Heinze lives and makes art in Redford, Virginia.


Sy Safransky

Assistant Editor
Dana P. Reinhold

Contributing Editor
Elizabeth Campbell

Ed Cottingham

Gerard Saucier

Editorial Assistants
David Boutwell
Peggy Gladstone
Christopher Jarrett
Howard Rubin

With Help From
Richard Brown
Sarah Carleton
Paul Crellin
Michele Faircloth
Chris Henry
Lexie Longstreet
Addie Norman
Katia Noin-Shaw
Clay Thornton
Todd Wells

Lunar Graphics (Pat and John Cotterman)
Louise Harris

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