In Celtic mythology a wolf swallows the sun and brings on the night. When she set out that morning she planned only to deliver bread to a neighbor's mother, and mail a postcard to the man she loved. But she is left stranded in the Far Quarter, under the unbearable heat of the sun, with no other guide than the Wolf. Trusting he'll take her straight home she goes with him, only to be taken into a storm that changes everything she believes in. Lending a nod to the story of Little Red Riding Hood, The Sun is a poetic and visually symbolic novella about letting go of the pain of past love and opening oneself to trust the new.