After Jennifer S. Cheng 1: the sea captured in a glass 2: a homophone for having enough for leftovers, a synonym for abundance 3: the fish, who have already forgotten you. It’s not personal 4: where memory fails, there’s still imagining 5: you. Not as an ocean but outside 6: glass and/or acrylicRead More
Mary Scherpe and Benjamin Richter founded the blog Stil in Berlin in March 2006, and though they thought it was a late bloomer in terms of streetstyle blogging, being inspired by, e.g. terrific
Darren Jackson is the Editor of Grist: The Journal for Writers (on Facebook). A doctoral candidate at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, he has had fellowships at VCCA in France and Virginia and was
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwAYU4rlwmA&w=640&h=390] I’ve been thinking about this promised art-apocalypse that feels like it’s never going to come. I remember hearing, in eloquent and well-argued statements, that the recession was going to wipe
Photo by Danielle Levitt If you’ve never heard of Alexis Blair Penney, you probably shouldn’t admit that. I met him about a year ago and have been thinking about it ever since.
Photo by Margaret Kimball Just in case the internet dies, print copies of Sonora Reviews #58 and #59 are now for sale at the following bookstores: #59 Atalantas 38 Main Street, Bisbee,
Kelly Davio serves as Managing Editor at The Los Angeles Review and reads poetry for Fifth Wednesday Journal. She is the author of Burn This House, forthcoming from Red Hen Press (2013). She is a three-time Pushcart nominee
… Continued from previous post I love reading fashion show reviews. Even if everything you’re looking at is too expensive to wear, you’re watching clothing—so, in essence, people—and the ways they are
The way fashion-people talk is kind of the worst, right? I love it. Remember that episode of The Ali G. Show that tried to prove all fashion designers are retards? When he
Collateral Damage She scuffles over split linoleum into the shower. Twists on water, mines her plastic basket for ginger scrub, shampoo, the razor—gifts from her daughter-in-law. Shivering until hot steam robes her,
Carolyn is an American living in Český Krumlov, Czech Republic, where she owns and operates Hostel Krumlov House and lives with her Canadian husband and two growing boys, aged 8 and 13.