Issue 306 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


June 2001


Steve Almond’s short-story collection My Life in Heavy Metal will be published by Grove Atlantic in early 2002. His work has appeared in Playboy, Zoetrope, Missouri Re­view, and the Southern Review. He lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, and is at work on a novel.


Lou Lipsitz has been working for three years on a poem commenting on Rilke’s “Torso of an Archaic Apollo.” He’s written the first three lines. He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and is in search of a publisher for his new poetry manuscript, The Missing Father.


Alison Luterman is a poet and essayist living in Oakland, California. Her book of poems The Largest Possible Life was recently published by Cleveland State University Press.


Pat MacEnulty lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is the host and writer for a public-radio program called Stories in the Air.


Michael Matkin is a freelance writer who lives in Brooklyn, New York, and stays sane by kayaking in the surprisingly beautiful waters around the city.


Thomas Moore is the author of Care of the Soul, Soul Mates, and The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life. He has also been a Catholic monk, a therapist, and a college professor. He lives in New Hampshire.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Jeff Walt’s first poetry collection, The Danger in Everything, was recently published by Mad River Books of Vermont. He lives in Acton, Massachusetts.


Genie Zeiger is a poet and essayist living in Shelburne, Massachusetts. Her latest book is How I Find Her: A Mother’s Dying and a Daughter’s Life (Sherman Asher).


On The Cover

Lisa Wiltse is a freelance photojournalist living in Brooklyn, New York.


Sy Safransky

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