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Bob Mustin

Becca and I both read The Sun. As far as I know, it's the only magazine that's lasted some 25 years without advertising.

I edited a litmag in the 90s, and we stacked arms after eighteen months. I think we had some 100 readers (a lot more than my blog), but publication costs got away from us. So far, that's not a problem with "small-fry" blogs.

Hope you're right about that lottery ticket.


Heh, like that - a lottery ticket!


I have known about the Sun for a very long time-- it's edited about 10 miles from my home-- but I never read it until last week. This is an exciting time for writing. Edith Wharton has a terrific little sub-story about failed writers and journalists in The Age of Innocence. Fun to read about how the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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