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A Bell Ringing in the Empty Sky: The Best of the Sun is a beautifully designed two-volume collection of the finest interviews, short stories, essays, photos, and poems from the first 10 years of The Sun. Each bountiful, oversized paperback contains more than 500 pages of writing -- by authors selected not for their literary reputations, but for the honesty of their reflectA Bell Ringing in the Empty Sky: The Best of the Sun is a beautifully designed two-volume collection of the finest interviews, short stories, essays, photos, and poems from the first 10 years of The Sun. Each bountiful, oversized paperback contains more than 500 pages of writing -- by authors selected not for their literary reputations, but for the honesty of their reflections.A Bell Ringing in the Empty Skyfeatures interviews with Robert Bly, Hugh Prather, Carl and Stephanie Simonton, Reshad Feild, Ram Dass, and Patricia Sun; plus intriguing fiction and pesonal essays from writers both well-known and unknown on such topics as good marriages, prison, struggling with cancer, jealousy, and being a parent. Fans of The Sun will enjoy this scenic, slow ride through the magazine's early years....

Title : A Bell Ringing in the Empty Sky: The Best of the Sun
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ISBN : 9780917320231
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 460 Pages
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A Bell Ringing in the Empty Sky: The Best of the Sun Reviews

  • SmarterLilac
    2019-06-02 04:47

    Possibly the most depressing title of all time, right after Le Li Hayslip's When Heaven and Earth Changed Places. But so appropriate for the content in The Best of The Sun. Many of these essays, poems and interviews celebrate the counter culture, challenge and reject the status quo, and take a gigantic poo on the idea that anyone gains anything without rigorously questioning everything once in a while. Even if that everything is within themselves.Probably not for mainstream reader types, you understand. For the rest of us, it can serve (The Sun still publishes today) as inspiration.

  • LE HONG LINH
    2019-06-02 07:06

    good

  • Gea
    2019-06-12 06:55

    From The Sun Magazine - a collection of essays from a variety of real-life, everyday writers.

  • Mom's Books
    2019-06-11 06:50

    Mom has a blue volume also

  • Francesca Hampton
    2019-06-14 01:43