Issue 178 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


September 1990


Diana Abu-Jaber is assistant professor of English at the University of Oregon. Her short stories and poems appear in Beloit Fiction Journal, Cimarron Review, Ploughshares, and Western Humanities Review.


David Grant lives in Malvern, Pennsylvania. His previous essays in The Sun include “Peace Nigger’s Long March” [Issue 46], “Learning to Walk” [Issue 124], and “Scavenger’s Run” [Issue 166].


Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk who lives in France. He is the author of Being Peace and The Sun My Heart.


Andrew Ramer lives in Brooklyn, New York. He is the author of Little Pictures and co-author of Spiritual Dimensions of Healing Addictions.


Sparrow just ate some carob-covered peanuts and is in a state of postmodern neo-contentment.


Scott Warren Taylor is working on a novel tentatively titled Bucko Clack Clack Cheese, “a high adventure yarn set in Peoria, Illinois.” He lives in Allegan, Michigan.


Donald N.S. Unger has returned to the proper coast after a sojourn in the Midwest, where he found a Master of Fine Arts degree but no good restaurants. He currently lives in Princeton, New Jersey, and is in search of a publisher for his recently completed novel, Snapshots.


On The Cover

Robert Amberg is a photographer and writer who lives in the mountains of North Carolina.


Sy Safransky

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Office Assistant
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