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We’re taking a hiatus from our “Into the Fire” retreats this year, but we hope to see you at some other events we’re planning.

January 14, 2020
Profiles

Devin Murphy on Adventure, Empathy, and Learning to Open Up

Murphy says he has submitted stories to The Sun for about a decade, but this is the first we’ve published. We caught up to discuss his new story, his maritime exploits, and the most valuable lessons he learned from a mentor.

Finn Cohen • January 9, 2020
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January 6, 2020
Profiles

Farewell My Lovelies:
Colleen Donfield’s Goodbye after Twenty-Five Years at The Sun

We’re grateful to Colleen for the years she’s spent shepherding manuscripts, encouraging writers, and shaping so many of the pieces we’ve published in The Sun.

December 20, 2019
Recommended Reading

Astra Taylor’s Democracy Reading List

Since Astra Taylor cited so many authors during our discussion for the November 2019 interview, we asked her to give us a list of books that have inspired her work as an activist and an artist.

November 15, 2019
Profiles

Staff Profile: Senior Editor Andrew Snee

This year Andrew celebrated not only his fiftieth birthday but also twenty-five years at The Sun.

July 12, 2019
Profiles

Featured Contributor:
Parnaz Foroutan

Parnaz Foroutan’s essay “A Single Suitcase” appears in our July 2019 issue. We asked her about living with the threat of wildfires, emigrating from Iran, and writing her forthcoming memoir, Home Is a Stranger.

July 9, 2019
Mentions

The Longreads Breakup List

Jacqueline Alnes at Longreads included Joseph Holt’s essay “Love Running” on a list of recent essays that helped her grieve a recent heartbreak.

June 14, 2019
Profiles

Featured Contributor:
Doug Crandell

We asked Doug about masculinity, memory, and what it was like to see his book highlighted on a popular Netflix series.

June 5, 2019
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