But, if all goes well, Sonora Review will be sharing a booth in DC with the University of Arizona MFA program and the Poetry Center.
We were hoping to have our 31st-anniversary issue out in time for the conference, but it looks a few days delayed now. No worries. We still have some copies of the Spork-bound Sonora Review 58, and we will also have bookmarks, broadsides, and other marginalia, for free or nearly-free.
We’ll also be slinging some sweet deals on our issues, and slinging some even sweeter deals on our upcoming issue. Like, half-off sweet.
Don’t forget, Sonora Review is edited by the sexiest lit mag staff in the country. Seriously. We get a lot of sun in Arizona. We are beautiful people. Stop by just for that. Eye candy.
We are most excited about our reading at Madam’s Organ on Thursday the 3rd. Many of the folk we’re publishing in our 31st-anniversary issue will be on hand to read their words, including Kate Bernheimer, Kevin Canty, Ryan Courtwright, Nick Flynn, Joshua Furst, Michael Martone, D.A. Powell, Aurelie Sheehan, Ed Skoog, and Joshua Marie Wilkinson. This event is free. Here are the details:
Thursday, the 3rd, Madam’s Organ, 2461 18th St NW, 10:30pm.
This reading is a trailer for our next issue. Also, this is the latest off-site reading at AWP. You have no excuse not to be here. You have no excuse not to drink at Madam’s Organ once the free drinks (if there is such a thing this year) dry up at the convention hotel.
We’ll see you soon, and we love you all.