Issue 152 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


July 1988


John Dancy-Jones lives and works in Raleigh, North Carolina, selling used books, making hand-laid paper, writing, printing, and publishing at the Paper Plant Book Arts Center.


Thich Nhat Hanh is a Buddhist monk who lives in France, teaching, writing, and continuing to help refugees worldwide.


Anne Lamott is the author of three novels, Hard Laughter, Rosie, and Joe Jones. She lives in Mill Valley, California, and is the northern California restaurant reviewer for California magazine.


Julia McCahill lives and writes in Annapolis, Maryland, going “every day to the place where myth, dream, and art come together.”


Candace Perry is a writer and a psychotherapist who lives with her husband and two sons in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. Her story in this issue is also due to appear soon in the Roanoke Review.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Rosanna Staffa came to the United States from Milan, Italy, and is currently living and writing in Los Angeles, California.


Michael Wilson is a writer, photographer, and infrequent sleeper who lives in Nashville, Tennessee.


On The Cover

Kay Danielson is a photographer and writer who lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.


Sy Safransky

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Kristy Taylor

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Dana Branscum

Copy Editor
Jan Bellard

Editorial Assistants
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Neily Conrad
Samuel Gaines

John Cotterman

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