Mary Maruca | The Sun Magazine

Mary Maruca

Mary Maruca, a writer living in Virginia, says, “If I could be anything but human, if I could be a magazine, for example, The Sun is exactly the kind of magazine I would want to be.”

— From July 1994
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Ghostmother

I am a woman ruled by the moon — the dark side no less than the light. A lover of monochromatic landscapes and subtle gradations, I am haunted by the shadows at the edge of the dark. Yet I cannot verify that I’ve ever encountered a ghost.

July 1994
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