Category: Interviews with Editors

Read Robin, The Editors Interview

This round robin interview includes the following editors: ELOISA AMEZCUA’s debut collection, From the Inside Quietly, is the inaugural winner of the Shelterbelt Poetry Prize selected by Ada Limón. She is the founder and editor of The Shallow Ends: A Journal of Poetry. [The Shallow Ends: A Journal of Poetry] MARCUS CLAYTON is a writer, musician,

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Interview with Ben Harper from Topaz Review

Sonora Review intern Rachel Sargent interviews Ben Harper, a 2010 University of Arizona graduate and the Co-Founder and Editor of The Topaz Review, an online arts magazine that features original submissions in both literary and artistic fields. Could you tell me about the origins of The Topaz Review? I’ve always loved writing, poetry, and art, but

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Nathaniel Perry: Editor of Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review

Nathaniel Perry is the author of Nine Acres (APR/Copper Canyon, 2011), which won the 2011 American Poetry Review/Honickman First Book Prize.  He is the editor of the Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review and lives with his family in rural southside Virginia. Natasha Stagg: Tell us about the Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review. Nathaniel Perry: I took over three years ago when I came

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Interview with Ben Evans

Ben Evans is the editor of the arts review, foggedclarity.com, and the collected book of original fiction, poetry and portraits entitled, Fogged Clarity 1. His own poems, essays and reviews have appeared in Gargoyle, Illya’s Honey, The Sugar House Review, Scythe, The Beyond Race Quarterly, Anderbo.com, The Ambassador Poetry Project, and San Pedro River Review,

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Sid Miller: Editor of Burnside Review

Sid Miller’s first two full-length poetry collections appeared in 2009: Nixon on the Piano (David Robert Books) and Dot-to-Dot, Oregon (Ooligan Press).  This fall he was the writer-in-residence at the Sitka Center for the Arts.  He is the founder and editor of the literary journal Burnside Review. Natasha Stagg: How does Burnside Review fit into

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