Issue 100 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


March 1984


Rob Brezsny is “a born-again pagan Marxist singer, a feminist writer, and an anti-charismatic dream interpreter.” He lives in Santa Cruz, California. His work in this issue is excerpted from his book, Images Are Dangerous.


Adam Fisher writes, “As a person who writes, I am both a liar and a thief. So you can say I’m a liar and a thief in New York City. Or, I paint apartments in New York City. Please don’t say I’m a lying, thieving housepainter. I like to maintain a fantasy of integrity when it comes to housepainting.”


Francesca Hampton has been a student of Tibetan Buddhism for eight years and is a freelance writer on related subjects. She lives in Santa Cruz, California, and is currently working on a historical novel about modern Tibet.


Ric Haynes is a freelance illustrator who lives in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.


Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.


On The Cover

Roxy Gordon is a writer who lives in Dallas, Texas. His work has been published in The Village Voice, Rolling Stone and many other publications. He’s working on a book of stories about Indians and the Indian influence in West Texas.

Cover illustration by Roxy Gordon from Art Magic, a one-page magazine published regularly by Roxy, who has kindly given us permission to reprint this most recent edition. To subscribe, write him at 6200 Palo Pinto, Dallas, Texas 75214.


Sy Safransky

Assistant Editor
Carol Logie

Norma Tappe-Safransky

Contributing Editor
Howard Rubin

Editorial Assistants
Benjamin Black
Ray Harold
Cornelia Lee
Mitzi Morris

Special thanks to Cindy Calderwood

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