Wednesday, June 27, 2007


I don't usually like to announce these things too far ahead, for fear of jinxing them, but I just approved the galleys of my new story "Trash" and have been told it will appear in the Sun in September.

This is a story I've been working on for about three years. I'm glad it has found a home.

This is description of the Sun from the magazine's website:

The Sun isn't "literary" or "political" or "spiritual" in the usual sense. It begins where those labels end, which is where life gets interesting. Each month, in essays, stories, interviews, and poetry, people write in The Sun of their struggle to understand their lives, often baring themselves with surprising intimacy. Our writers aren't afraid to take risks, to look at something ugly -- or beautiful -- and describe it honestly.

The Sun stands for everything I've come to understand about what writing needs to be for me.


ggw07 said...

"This is a story I've been working on for about three years."
Congratulations! Thanks for the inspiration!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations from Teagrapple!

emmapeelDallas said...

Congratulations, and I look forward to reading it!


Erin said...

CONGRATULATIONS! I can't wait to read this story. :-)



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