Issue 172 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


March 1990


Mark David DeBolt is a writer who lives in Piqua, Ohio. He recently completed a book of poems, The Virgin Queen, and is working on a novel and a series of supernatural detective stories.


Laurie Fox is a poet and performer, and the author of two chapbooks from Illuminati Press of Los Angeles. She met D. Patrick Miller at the Miracles Cafe in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California, in an act of charity and goodwill toward men.


Michael S. Glaser teaches at St. Mary’s College of Maryland where he directs the annual Festival of Poets and Poetry. His most recent book is A Lover’s Eye (The Bunny & The Crocodile Press).


Jon C. Jenkins lives in Brussels, Belgium. After twenty years with the Institute of Cultural Affairs, he now works for the Union of International Associations, preparing the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential.


Carrie Knowles lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she writes a food and entertainment column for The Leader and is a correspondent for Southpoint. Her work has appeared in Beyond Baroque, Northern Lights, and other publications. She has just completed a novel, Companions.


Stewart Massad lives in St. Louis, Missouri. He has a fellowship in gynecologic oncology at Washington University.


D. Patrick Miller met Laurie Fox at the Miracles Cafe. Although they talked for five hours, they were both too cool to call it a date.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Jim Sandefur lives and writes in Boulder, Colorado. He’s a member of the Canyon Club, a thriving writers’ group.


On The Cover

Hella Hammid is a self-taught photographer whose work has appeared in many publications. She lives in Los Angeles, California.


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