We’re happy to announce that Issue 71 is finally out in the world! To purchase a copy, check out our Store. And from Issue 71 Co-Editor-in-Chief, Samuel Rafael Barber: Dear Reader, Some insist upon comparing the production of a literary magazine to childbirth (for the sake of compassion, we will preserve the anonymity of these
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; and a story collection, Flying Carpets. She was a six-time nominee for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. Her work appears
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, BOAAT, Horse Less Review, DESTROYER, and elsewhere. JR: Like a Teardrop and a Bullet opens with a ten-line poem, “Chile Ancho,” that commences at
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 of What Is Poetry? (Just kidding, I know you know): Interviews from the Poetry Project Newsletter 1983-2009, due this spring from Wave Books.
Today we announce the opening of our 2017 contests in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction! Each year, three prizes of $1,000 each and publication in Sonora Review are awarded to a poem or group of poems, a short story, and an essay. This year, our judges are: Poetry: Anselm Berrigan Fiction: Brian Evenson Nonfiction: Irina Dumitrescu We