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Selections from the July issue
The Sun Magazine | July 2012

The Sun Interview

Conversations With A Remarkable Man: Honoring The Late James Hillman
“Wherever I go, people say, ‘Can I ask you a quick question?’ It’s always ‘a quick question.’ Well, my answers are slow.”
By Sy Safransky, Scott London, and Genie Zeiger




Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Blues For Allah
Following the beat back home
By Krista Bremer



Fiction

Grimace In The Burnt Black Hills
Finding peace at the Crazy Horse Memorial
By Thomas M. Atkinson


Poetry

Becoming A Horse
By Ross Gay


Readers Write

Heat
Winter mornings on the heating vent, weekdays in a frigid classroom, summer nights on a rooftop
Personal stories by our readers


Departments

Sy Safransky’s Notebook
“History laughs as the wind lifts her skirts. It's too late for modesty now.”

Sunbeams
“No one is willing to believe that adults too, like children, wander about this earth in a daze and, like children, do not know where they come from or where they are going, . . . and are as thoroughly governed as they are by biscuits and cake and the rod.”

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
From the archives
Selection from the archive | November 2000

Any Comments Or Questions?
Fiction by Dulcie Leimbach
[November 2000]
“Girlie slid out like a hot buttered noodle on that Indian-summer night in October — her father’s birthday, in fact. ”

Each month we post a new selection from The Sun’s archives, which date back to 1974. What’s your favorite piece from The Sun? Tell us, and we may post your suggestion here.

Writing from The Sun wins the Pushcart Prize
The Pushcart Prize XXXVII: Best of the Small Presses

Two essays first published in The Sun have been awarded the Pushcart Prize, which honors exceptional writing from America’s small presses.

Shozan Jack Haubner’s essay “A Zen Zealot Comes Home” [September 2011] and Brian Doyle’s essay “The Hawk” [February 2011] will be published in the anthology The Pushcart Prize XXXVII: Best of the Small Presses, due out in November.

Our congratulations to both authors.

The Sun in Big Sur, California
The Sun in California

Into the Fire:
The Sun Celebrates Personal Writing


Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California
October 26–28, 2012





We invite you to join Sun readers, contributors, and staff — including editor and publisher Sy Safransky and authors Doug Crandell, Tony Hoagland, Gillian Kendall, Frances Lefkowitz, Alison Luterman, and Sparrow — for a lively weekend of writing, conversation, and inspiration. The gathering will be held at Esalen, a retreat center situated on twenty-seven acres of spectacular Big Sur coastline.

Two full scholarships are available for aspiring or established writers (application deadline August 17); please see our website for details.

We hope you’ll join us.

Click here for event details.

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The Sun Magazine | We're hiring

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This position is in our editorial office in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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