Iconic Essays from the Sunset Archives
Numerous famous authors published work in Sunset over the past 120 years. Here are some of our favorites
In honor of our 120th anniversary, we’ve done an archive dive through issues past to unearth pieces penned by writers who went on to become some of the nation’s most lauded wordsmiths. Here are some of our favorites:
“Navigating Four Horses North of the Bay”, an account of horse driving in Sonoma County by adventure writer and pioneer magazine journalist Jack London.
“A San Francisco Pleasure Cure” by Sinclair Lewis, the Main Street novelist who eventually earned the Nobel Prize in Literature.
“West Goes East” by Erle Stanley Gardner, best known for penning the Perry Mason detective series.