Issue 193 | Contributors | The Sun Magazine


December 1991


Natalie Goldberg is the author of Wild Mind: Living the Writer’s Life (Bantam). She lives in Taos, New Mexico.


Brian Knave lives in Davis, California, where he teaches drums and harmonica, tap dances, and plays drums for the Love Marines and Norton Buffalo. His chapbook, Fool Talking to the Full Moon, was published last year by Longhand Press.


Robert Koehler is a longtime Chicago journalist who has won numerous awards for his reporting. He is currently pursuing an M.F.A. at Columbia College in Chicago and working on a novel about growing up in the fifties.


Janice Levy’s work has appeared in Lollipops and Seventeen. She lives in Merrick, New York.


Andrew Ramer is the author of Two Flutes Playing, a book for men who love men, published by Body Electric. He lives in New York City.


David Romtvedt’s manuscript A Flower Whose Name I Do Not Know was selected for the 1991 National Poetry Series and will be published in the spring by Copper Canyon Press. His book of fiction, Don Eduardo in Wyoming, some of which first appeared in The Sun, will be published by White Pine Press next year. He lives in Buffalo, Wyoming.


Rose Rosberg lives in New York City.


Sy Safransky is editor of The Sun.


Cat Saunders lives in Seattle, Washington, with her partner, the rain, and half a million people. She is looking for a publisher for her first book, Addiction, Compassion and Spirituality: Practical Tools for Being Human.


Will Weisinger was born in Brooklyn. Much of his writing — articles, short stories, plays — reflects Brooklyn during the Dodgers era. He has recently completed a play, You and Your Pee Wee Reese. He lives in Greenwich Village.


On The Cover

Jill Fineberg is a photographer and massage therapist in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


Sy Safransky

Assistant Editor
T.L. Toma

Business Manager
Carolynn Schwartz

Editorial Assistant
Angela L. Williams

Office Assistant
Heideh D. Kabir

Copy Editors
Jan Bellard
Jeff Qualls

Editorial Apprentice
Erika Simon

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