"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 are in some way superior to other species."Read More
What is it about the genre or cross-genre you write in that interests you/draws you in? My journey to the prose poem took many years to develop. When I was in the
What is it about the genre or cross-genre you write in that interests you/draws you in? I came into fiction from a place of being a poet first and foremost, which has
What is it about the personal essay that interests you? Creative nonfiction is the art form of choice for the underdog. Only convicts and middle children have any business doing it, those
Laura McCullough’s The Wild Night Dress, selected by Billy Collins in the Miller Williams Poetry Prize Series, was published by University of Arkansas Press, 2017. Her other books of poems include Jersey Mercy,
Recently, Sonora Review's 2017-2018 Co-Editor-in-Chief, Patrick Cline, interviewed Brian Evenson, writer of numerous works of fiction and our 2017 Fiction Contest judge.
Hedy Habra has authored two poetry collections, Under Brushstrokes, finalist for the USA Best Book Award and the International Book Award, and Tea in Heliopolis, winner of the USA Best Book Award;
The idea of directing anger and emotion towards the border itself, to not mince words over policy but to distill an emotion and direct it at this dividing line
I think the natural world has an ability to unbury what has been hidden or ignored. Nature won’t give you answers, but it will guide you to them.
By Jon Riccio Rachel Mindell is a writer and teacher from Tucson, Arizona. She works for the Montana Book Festival, the Missoula Writing Collaborative and Submittable. Individual poems have appeared in Diagram, Pool,
Anselm Berrigan will be judging Sonora Review‘s 2017 Poetry Contest. Deadline 4/1. His recent books of poetry include Come In Alone (Wave, 2016) and Primitive State (Edge, 2015). He is the editor