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Sunstone is interested in feature- and column-length articles and essays relevant to Mormonism from a variety of perspectives.

  • Poetry submissions can be sent electronically or through the mail system. In either case, submissions should have one poem per page, with the poet’s name, mailing address, and email on each page.
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  1. Jack Frost says:

    I have 75 copies of Sunstone going back many years. If you know of anyone who would like these please let me know and I’ll contact them with years, titles, etc. Some are missing. I’m a long time subscriber, 86 years old but will continue for a while longer.

    Thanks, Jack Frost

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