Issue 283 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


July 1999


Robert P. Cooke is a poet from Highland, Indiana.


Andre Dubus lived in Haverhill, Massachusetts, until his death earlier this year. He is the author of nine works of fiction and the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, including the PEN/Malamud Award and the Rea Award for Excellence in Short Fiction.


Jeanne DuPrau is the author of The Earth House (Ballantine). She lives in Menlo Park, California, where she writes about whatever interests her — from Zen meditation to roller derby. She is currently working on a book about love.


David Guy’s book reviews appear regularly in the Washington Post and the New York Times. He is the author of several novels, including The Autobiography of My Body and Football Dreams. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.


Heather King is a Los Angeles writer whose work has appeared in Utne Reader, the Los Angeles Times Magazine, and House Beautiful.


Kay Marie Porterfield, the author of several nonfiction books for young adults, lives near Caputa, South Dakota. A correspondent for the weekly newspaper Indian Country Today, she is currently working on a book about American Indian contributions to world culture.


Adam Stumacher and his wife spent more than two years teaching English in Taiwan — until they were deported. He is currently traveling in Southeast Asia and will be teaching in San Francisco upon his return.


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Sandro Michahelles is a photographer living in Florence, Italy.


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