Issue 196 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


March 1992


Keith Russell Ablow practices psychiatry in Boston.


James B. Angell lives in San Francisco with his wife and two daughters and works as an archaeologist in the Bay Area.


David Budbill is a poet, playwright, and the author of two works of fiction for young adults. He lives in Wolcott, Vermont.


Maha Ghosananda is the spiritual leader of Cambodian Buddhist monks around the world. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.


Susan Wolf Johnson lives in Tampa, Florida. Her short fiction and reviews have appeared in the Florida Review, Mississippi Review, New Letters Review of Books, and Tabula Rasa.


Lyn Lifshin has published more than eighty books, given more than seven hundred readings, and edited three major collections of works by women. She is finishing an anthology of mother and daughter poems to be published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in the spring. She lives in Niskayuna, New York.


Bruce Mitchell teaches high-school English in Evanston, Illinois. “The Ward” is based on his three-month stay in a French hospital in 1962.


John Mulligan lives in West Plains, Missouri. He works for the comic book industry and produces audio theater in his spare time.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Deborah Shouse got the idea for “Unarmed,” she writes, “while sitting in Kelly’s Bar, doing creative listening. Other stories sparked by words overheard have appeared in The MacGuffin, New Letters, Tikkun, and Uncle. She lives in Leawood, Kansas.


On The Cover

Etta Clark, an avid skier, tennis player, and windsurfer, lives with her husband and three daughters in San Anselmo, California. She started taking pictures of older athletes in 1982, the year she turned forty and started to feel old.


Sy Safransky

Business Manager
Carolynn Schwartz

Assistant Editor
T.L. Toma

Office Assistant
Heideh D. Kabir

Editorial Assistant
Angela L. Williams

Copy Editors
Jan Bellard
Jeff Qualls

Editorial Apprentice
Erika Simon

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