Issue 295 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


July 2000


Patricia Anderson recently moved to a new house in upstate New York. She is the author of All of Us: Americans Talk about the Meaning of Death (Dell) and is currently working on a book about money and belief.


Ruth Foster is a learning-disorders specialist living in Lafayette, Indiana.


Kathy Hayes is a freelance writer and former magazine editor. She lives with her husband, two sons, and an unruly hound in the Colorado foothills.


David Brendan Hopes is director of the Black Swan Theater and Urthona Press. His two most recent books are A Childhood in the Milky Way (University of Akron Press) and A Sense of the Morning (Milkweed Editions). He lives in Asheville, North Carolina.


Derrick Jensen lives in Crescent City, California. His latest book is A Language Older Than Words (Context Books).


Bill McKibben’s books include Maybe One: A Personal and Environmental Argument for Single-Child Families (Simon & Schuster) and The End of Nature (Random House). He has written for the New Yorker, Outside, and Rolling Stone.


Jim Redmond works as a juvenile correctional officer, mostly with teenage gang members, in a suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is currently in search of a publisher for a collection of short stories.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Donna Steiner is a writing instructor at a community college. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in One Trick Pony, Phoebe, and the Two Rivers Review. She lives in Tucson, Arizona.


On The Cover

Gloria Baker Feinstein has been taking pictures since she was three. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri.


Sy Safransky

Business Manager 
Becky Gee

Assistant Editor
Andrew Snee

Art Director
Julie Burke

Copy Editor
Seth Mirsky

Manuscript Editor
Colleen Donfield

Editorial Office Assistant
Rachel J. Elliott

Administrative Assistant
Erica Berkeley

Manuscript Readers
Debra Eidson
Douglas Gibson
Gillian Kendall

Lynda Malone

Krista Bremer

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