Issue 94 | The Sun Magazine

September 1983

Readers Write


Grandpa, the last potato, a self-righteous luxury

By Our Readers


Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live, it is asking others to live as one wishes to live.

Ruth Rendell

The Sun Interview

After Findhorn

An Interview With Peter Caddy

It is resistance that causes the pain; the less we resist the changes that are upon us, the less painful it will be. Earthquakes and holocausts need not happen on a physical level; they’re already happening in people’s lives on the mental and emotional levels.

By Howard Jay Rubin
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Sharing History, With Rufus

The first time I saw Rufus was in 1967 when she was just a puppy. She was actually just a dark waggle on the end of a leash in the hands of my friend Jerry. He and his new girlfriend, Dolores, were walking Rufus, their new pal, around the quad at Wake Forest. I don’t remember how they acquired Rufus but it had something to do with getting stoned.

By John Rosenthal


Charlie Tabor had taken charge of the Indians that morning because he’d been the first to see them. He’d been walking to the barber shop about 7:30 and he’d seen them parked down by the Home Creek bridge where they’d spent the night. He didn’t know they were Indians, but Charlie Tabor was always bound to check anything, so he’d walked to the bridge.

By Roxy Gordon

Cement Sculptures

The fine work that Andy Fleishman began in wood a few years ago now continues in cement. This seems almost impossible to imagine. Cement? Where would the fluidity come from, the delicacy of connection?

Cement Sculptures By Andy Fleishman | Photographs By John Rosenthal