Issue 269 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


May 1998


Jimmy Gleacher is a student at the Naropa Institute and an assistant editor for Dead Metaphor Press. He lives in Boulder, Colorado.


Robin Hemley is the author of three short-story collections and the novel The Last Studebaker (Graywolf Press). He has a memoir forthcoming from Graywolf, and is currently at work on a new novel, a book of nonfiction, and a fourth collection of stories. He lives in Bellingham, Washington.


Lou Lipsitz is a poet and psychotherapist living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. His collection of poems Seeking the Hook is forthcoming from Signal Books.


Ian MacMillan’s stories have appeared in Paris Review, Iowa Review, and Missouri Review. He is the fiction editor of Manoa and lives in Kailua, Hawaii.


Richard Marten is the pseudonym of an author living in Washington State.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Michael Ventura’s column “Letters at 3 A.M.” appears biweekly in the Austin Chronicle. He is the author of The Death of Frank Sinatra (Holt), a novel set in Las Vegas.


Gene Zeiger is a poet, writer, and teacher living in western Massachusetts. She recently completed work on a memoir titled How I Find Her, portions of which have appeared in The Sun.


On The Cover

Harry Wilson’s Contents-page photograph is from a series shot at an amusement park before it was torn down. He lives in Bakersfield, California.


Sy Safransky

Business Manager
Ilona Page

Assistant Editor
Andrew W. Snee

Art Director
Julia L. Burke

Copy Editor
Seth Mirsky

Editorial Office Assistant
Rachel J. Elliott

Office Clerk
Lynda Malone

Colleen Donfield
Susannah J. Felts
Gillian Kendall
Bob Rehak

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