Issue 162 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


May 1989


Stephen T. Butterfield is a Buddhist meditation instructor, English professor, and poet. He lives in Shrewsbury, Vermont.


Scott Hewitt is completing the Master’s program in English at the University of Pennsylvania. He looks forward to returning to Iowa City, where sitting and breathing is easier.


Catherine Madsen has made two albums of songs, “The Patience of Love” and “Grey Sabbath,” and is presently at work on several essays and a liturgical cycle. She lives in Barrington, New Hampshire.


Edwin Rommond lives and teaches in Washington, New Jersey. His work has previously appeared in The California Quarterly, The English Journal, Pudding, and Ransom. He is presently completing his first book, Man at the Railing.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Anna Schachner lives in Bowling Green, Ohio, where she’s a student in the Bowling Green State University M.F.A. program in Creative Writing.


Thomas Wiloch lives in Canton, Michigan. A collection of his Lord Shantih stories will appear later this year.


On The Cover

Jay Kimball says, “My left brain spends its days as an engineering consultant and entrepreneur, and my right, digging the blues and loving Susan.” He lives in Germantown, Maryland.


Sy Safransky

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