CHARLES YU is the author of three books, including the novel How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe, which was a New York Times Notable Book and named one of the best books of the year by Time magazine. He was nominated for two WGA awards for his work on HBO’s Westworld andRead More
"I feel that one of my missions in life is to chip away at the idea of human exceptionalism, the idea that humans have transcended or risen above an animal nature and
This Spring, we’re tackling doubt in its many forms and how we go about expressing it in our forthcoming issue 76. Our fiction and poetry contest is now open, and we are
Issue 76 (“Doubt”): Submit Now January 25 – March 15* *WE HAVE EXTENDED THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR THE CONTESTS TO MARCH 22nd. For Issue 76, we seek work that shows us doubt
We are pleased to announce the winners of our Fall 2018 contest! Contest winners will each receive an 1000$ prize and publication in issue 75!
We opened to contest submissions in Nonfiction and
Venita Blackburn, author of the short story collection Black Jesus and Other Superheroes (her 2017 debut, published as a result of her Prairie Schooner book prize for fiction) visited the UA Prose
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.
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
Non-Contest Submissions: “Desire” (Issue 75) UPDATE: We have re-opened non-contest submissions for fiction, nonfiction and poetry for the next two weeks, until Saturday, November 10th, 2018. Submit! Contest Submissions: “Desire” (Issue 75)