Issue 287 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


November 1999


Heather Day is a poet, a waitress, and a student at Vermont College. She lives in her late grandmother’s house in Deer Isle, Maine.


Derrick Jensen’s latest book, A Language Older than Words, will be published in the spring. He lives in Crescent City, California.


Stuart Kestenbaum is a poet living in Deer Isle, Maine. He is the author of Pilgrimage (Coyote Love Press) and has just completed work on a second manuscript, The House of Thanksgiving.


Debra Marquart’s collection of stories about road musicians, Hunger in the Bones, will be published next year by New Rivers Press. She is editor of Flyway Literary Review and a creative-writing teacher at Iowa State University.


Alyce Miller is the author of a collection of stories, The Nature of Longing (W. W. Norton), and a novel, Stopping for Green Lights (Doubleday). She divides her time between Bloomington, Indiana, and Sonoma County in northern California.


Brenda Miller is the nonfiction editor of Quarterly West. Her work has won the Pushcart Prize and been published in the Georgia Review, Yoga Journal, and Northern Lights. She lives in Bellingham, Washington.


Peter Najarian is a novelist and painter whose books include Daughters of Memory and Wash Me on Home, Mama. He lives in Berkeley, California.


Genie Zeiger lives beside a six-hundred-acre bird sanctuary in western Massachusetts with her husband and thirty-two houseplants.


On The Cover

Jerry N. Uelsmann’s latest book of photographs is Museum Studies (Nazraeli Press). He lives in Gainesville, Florida.


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