The Cleveland Plain-Dealer has scored the first interview with Bill Watterson in 20 years. –Jon W.
We’re printing and will be shipping mid February, meaning all orders will be filled this month or i’ll eat my own hand and vomit handsauce all over my new green cotton sheets and all babies will cry etc… we’ll also be making the trip to awp with issue 55/56/57 and back issues. Basically, we’re lady
An excellent review/takedown (reviewdown?) of James Wood’s How Fiction Works, a book that the instructors at the University of Arizona have, for lack of a better phrase, been shoving down our throats the past year or so. My feelings are that it’s a worthwhile book so long as you realize that its title is a
With the recent passing of one of America’s most beloved (and vehemently despised, but nevertheless indisputably influential) authors – according to The Guardian‘s Robert McCrum “the fall of a Giant Sequoia in the National Park of American letters” – I encourage readers of The Sonora Review to check out the below articles, some of the
At Bad Eminence, a lengthy, well-written post on the somewhat contentious (but always respectful) argument between William Gass and John Gardner on the purpose of fiction. I am in Gass’ camp, myself, but it’s worthwhile to note that his fiction and his theories on same often contradict each other; just because Gass has doubts about