Issue 168 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


November 1989


Ralph Earle lives in Pittsboro, North Carolina, where he is currently writing his first novel.


Kenneth Klonsky is a playwright, freelance writer, and teacher living in Toronto, Canada. His play, “Taking Steam,” has been produced by the Jewish Repertory Theatre of New York.


Candace Perry is a writer, activist, and psychotherapist, who lives year-round on Cape Cod with her husband and their two sons. Her first play, “Keepers,” was produced this year by the Provincetown Theatre Company.


Larry K. Richman teaches literature and writing at Virginia Highlands Community College in Abingdon, Virginia. He is co-editor of The Sow’s Ear, a poetry quarterly.


Jean Rukkila lives in Tucson, Arizona, where she is writing a collection of essays about her five seasons on a fire lookout. She also visits schools as an artist-in-education for the Arizona Commission on the Arts.


Verna Safran is a poet living in Brooklyn, New York. Her poems have appeared in several publications, and she has a book of poetry called Womanstages.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Kay Levine Spencer lives and writes in the mountains of northern California.


Thomas Wiloch lives in Canton, Michigan. His book, Tales of Lord Shantih, has recently been published by Unicorn Press (P.O. Box 3307, Greensboro, NC 27402).


On The Cover

Robert Llewellyn is a photographer who lives in Charlottesville, Virginia. He loves his work, which helps him keep his eyes open and see with a fresh perspective.


Sy Safransky

Office Manager
Carolynn Schwartz

Assistant Editor
Dana Branscum

Office Assistant
Caroline Helton

Copy Editor
Jan Bellard

Neily Conrad

Editorial Assistant
R. Haven Bourque

John Cotterman

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