Issue 73/74 (Frenzy/Future) Release Party

All of us at Sonora Review want to invite you to our double issue release party this Friday (10/12) at Antigone Bookstore, 7 p.m. We’ll have pizza & wine, & readings from four of our amazing contributors.

The Weekly Tucsonan

1. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum  2021 North Kinney Road Visiting Information For a half-century the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum has enchanted millions of visitors with its exhibits of live animals in astonishingly natural settings,

The Weekly Tucsonan

1. Taxi Driver (Cult Classic) @10 Rocky Horror Picture show @12 Saturday, June 18 The Loft Cinema 3233 E Speedway Blvd On Taxi Driver: Martin Scorsese’s intense, Oscar-nominated classic, a milestone of

The Weekly Tucsonan

1.  June 9th  (7:30 PM) Free Early Show with The Globes and Seashell Radio Hotel Congress 311 East Congress Street Hailing from Spokane, Washington, The Globes formed in their teenage years, spending

Tucson Success Stories: Ryen Eggleston

Ryen Eggleston plays in bands in Tucson. Natasha Stagg: What have you been up to lately? Ryen Eggleston: Lately i’ve been desperate for work (I am a self-employed house painter and these have

Tucson Success Stories: Bo McGuire

Photo: Page Adams Bo McGuire hails from Hokes Bluff, Alabama, birthplace of John Wisdom, the Paul Revere of the South. You can find his work in Forklift, Ohio, Court Green, MiPOesias, Diagram

Tucson Success Stories: Ben Schneider

Benjamin Schneider is a coffee shop manager, a musician, and an entrepreneur. He is a lover of gravity and head banging. His bugaboos include lolly-gagging and cockroaches. Natasha Stagg: What are you

Tucson Success Stories: Carlee Hill

Carlee Hill is a 24 year old Leo. She has appeared as many incarnations around town, including the former KXCI deejay Suzuki Bean, a member of the cast and writers of last

Letters on MFAs

Friends and strangers and old classmates and coworkers have all been asking me: What is an MFA? I’m sure I’m not the only one here in this program who gets asked this.

Don’t Forget

Short Short Contest: A prize of $1,000 and publication in Sonora Review is given annually for a short short story. Joe Wenderoth will judge. Submit a story of up to 1,000 words