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The Sun Magazine -June 2008 #390 (Edward Tick On How The U.S. Fails Its Returning Soldiers, The House Painters Of Southern California, Taedong River Bridge, Love At The Gun Runner, These Dark Woods, and more!)

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  • Media:Single Issue Magazine
  • Pages:48
  • Publication Date:2008
  • ASIN:B00BLVXWSE
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The Sun is an independent, ad-free monthly magazine that for more than thirty years has used words and photographs to invoke the splendor and heartache of being human. The Sun celebrates life, but not in a way that ignores its complexity. The personal essays, short stories, interviews, poetry, and photographs that appear in its pages explore the challenges we face and the moments when we rise to meet those challenges. The Sun publishes the work of emerging and established artists who are striving to be thoughtful and authentic. Writing from The Sun has won the Pushcart Prize, been published in Best American Short Stories and Best American Essays, and been broadcast on National Public Radio. The Sun invites readers to consider an array of political, social, and philosophical ideas and then to join the conversation. Each issue includes a section devoted entirely to writing by readers, who address topics as varied as Telling the Truth, Neighbors, Hiding Places, Second Chances, and Gambling.

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