Issue 161 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine
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April 1989


Shrii Shrii Anandamurti founded the Ananda Marga Society.


Richard Hoffman is a writer and a teacher — and a father of two — who lives in Somerville, Massachusetts.


Lorenzo W. Milam is the author of The Cripple Liberation Front Marching Band Blues. He lives in San Diego, California.


William Penrod lives in a basement in Hammond, Indiana. He’s had work in Paris Review, The North American Review, Gallery, and Cavalier.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Sparrow wonders if he’ll ever learn that the left knob turns on the back burner.


Rob Sullivan is a contributing writer to the L.A. Weekly, and has also written for Life, Los Angeles, L.A. Style, and the Clinton Street Quarterly. His first published short story appeared in the Fall 1988 issue of Between C and D. He lives in Los Angeles, California.


Pat Ellis Taylor is a poet and writer, a dreamer and schemer, a used-bookseller and Texas traveler.


On The Cover

Hella Hammid lives in Los Angeles, California. She says she’d like to have a camera embedded in the center of her forehead so she’ll “never again have to shlep equipment.”


Sy Safransky

Office Manager
Kristy Taylor

Assistant To The Editor
Wendy Bernhardt

Copy Editors
Jan Bellard
Dana Branscum

Neily Conrad

Editorial Assistant
R. Haven Bourque

John Cotterman

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