We’re happy to announce that Issue 72 is out in the world! To purchase a copy, check out our Store. And from Issue 72 Co-Editor-in-Chief, Samuel Rafael Barber: Dear Reader, Some insist upon comparing the release of a literary magazine to sending off a child to college (for the sake of rhetorical patterning, we will
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. You can read all about them below, and you can find all the details for the event on Facebook as well. Readings from: Claire Meuschke writes from her grandfather’s
Darryl Vickers isn’t hearing the frog sounds he’s listening for. He and Jansen are waist deep in a reeking swamp, recording ribbits. Frustrated, Vickers tromps around and chases the frogs. He manages to catch one of them. Jansen shines a flashlight on it.
CONTEST: “Desire” (Issue 75) Submission Period: September 24th – November 5th Finalist Judges: Jo Ann Beard – Nonfiction Contest Nicole Walker – Flash Prose Contest A desire can be a vague wish, a sharp craving, a steadfast longing, a helpless obsession. It can signal an absence or a presence, a need or a commitment, an ideal or
Today we announce the opening of our 2018 fall reading period in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry! We accept submissions of four to eight pages in poetry, up to 6,000 words in fiction, and up to 5,000 words in nonfiction. Below are the open reading periods for each genre: Poetry (free): August 10th – August 24th Fiction (3$ reading fee):
Today we announce the opening of our 2018 fall reading period for flash prose! Please submit work 1000 words or less. Due to their length and higher frequency of publication, these pieces will most often be published online, but may also be considered for publication in our print issues. The open reading period is from: