By conservative estimates, there are currently enough wrongfully convicted people in prison in the United States to fill a football stadium.
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We asked Sparrow about Twitter, Trump, and playing the flutophone in an anti-rock band.
Debbie Urbanski’s story “You Are Our Witness” appeared in our April 2019 issue. We asked her about letting go of her characters, blending realism and fantasy, and more.
For National Poetry Month, we invited Sun contributors to share poems from the magazine.
For National Poetry Month, we invited Sun staff to share poems from the magazine.
Gina Easley shared this story about her photo on the March issue’s Contents page.
“The Greeter” [March 2019], by T Kira Madden, is from her just-released debut memoir, Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls. She took a break from recording the audio version of her book to answer a few questions.
Laura Freudig recently won the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers for her debut story, “Mother and Child” [April 2018]. We invited her to participate in a brief interview to celebrate.
Sun contributors win prizes.
Episcopal monk delivers the magazine to incarcerated readers.
If you read the print version of our March 2018 interview with physician Andrew Coates [“The End of Insurance?”], you’ll find a glaring error on the final page: the last word was missing.