Issue 103 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


June 1984


David Citino lives in Marion, Ohio. He is the author of Last Rites and Other Poems (Ohio State University Press) and the Appassionata Poems (Cleveland State).


Francesca Hampton lives in Santa Cruz, California, where she’s working on a historical novel about Tibet.


Howard Jay Rubin is a freelance writer who lives in Durham, North Carolina.


Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.


Sparrow lives in northern Manhattan, sleeps on the floor, has a broken bicycle and recently sang with a punk band called The Altar Boys. He writes, “A good band, I think, may be in your area, from Athens, Georgia, called Oh OK, a kind of feminine surf rock operation. They write about domestic dilemmas, wear pink dresses, and their most quotable lyric (about hairdos) is, ‘It’s a permanent/It won’t last forever.’ ”


Pat Ellis Taylor is a writer who lives in Austin, Texas. With her husband, Chuck Taylor, she runs the Paperbacks Plus bookstore.


On The Cover

Jerome Rubin is Howard Jay’s father. He is a photographer and advertising executive who lives in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.


Sy Safransky

Assistant Editor
Carol Logie

Norma Tappe-Safransky

Contributing Editor
Howard Rubin

Editorial Assistants
Benjamin Black
Ray Harold
Robbie Link
Mitzi Morris
John Rocchio

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