If you don’t already know how I feel about The Sun magazine, read this.
Simply put, The Sun is:
- Progressive, in a wholly human, unapologetic, but politically nonpartisan way;
- Comfortable and superb in its prose, poetry, and images;
- Non-profit and tax-exempt, is its publication company; and
- Ad-free, and therefore dependent upon the kindness of strangers.
I’m unashamed to say that it–along with my high school Creative Writing teacher; Army Reserve roommate; Sam Ervin, and Clyde Edgerton–consistently reinforces this native Northwesterner’s growing bias toward all things Carolinian. (I make no distinction in my affection between North and South; that is a privilege afforded only to their respective residents.)
They’ve just unveiled their first digital edition and, with it, a free trial offer to subscribe in any one of three combinations.
Check it out.