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The response has been overwhelming, with readers from all over the country sending in their magazines — sometimes an envelope with a handful of copies from the last year, and other times boxes holding collections that span decades. If your organization, classroom, community center, or writing group would benefit from receiving a reader’s collection of back issues, let us know.
The poems that appear in our tribute to Chris Bursk are just a small sample of the fifty-plus poems that have been published The Sun. We hope you will enjoy a few more.
We hope you’ll enjoy these featured selections from the past twelve months, chosen by our readers and staff.
Portland, Oregon–based video-production company Voxity profiled Sun founder and editor Sy Safransky, who has persisted in the world of independent publishing for nearly fifty years?
We want to hear from you. If you chose to support The Sun with a donation this spring — or not — we’d like to learn why.
We want to help our readers get their used magazines into the hands of those who can use them.
Congratulations to Kristopher Jansma, Mark Gozonsky, and the other authors whose work has been recognized.
We’re excited to announce The Sun is available through the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses [CLMP]’s Lit Mag Adoption Program.
Exchange for Change, a nonprofit organization that offers writing courses in prisons and facilitates letter exchanges between incarcerated students and writers on the outside, will release an anthology of writing and artwork by incarcerated individuals, their family members, and others.
For more than forty-five years, readers like you have kept this magazine in circulation. Your support makes our work possible. Here are just a few ways donations made a difference over the past year.