By Abby Dockter I am on another plane trip. Patchwork farms, webs of highways, wide rivers and furry green mountains, all pierced by the wing of the plane as we glide into a new port. That’s the outside—inside the plane are a middle-aged couple speaking soft Turkish and eating chocolate bars, a young man holding
By Jon Riccio Iliana Rocha is originally from Texas. She earned a PhD in English Literature with an emphasis in Creative Writing from Western Michigan University, and she holds an MFA in Creative Writing-Poetry from Arizona State University, where she was Poetry Editor for Hayden’s Ferry Review. Her work was chosen for the Best New
Sonora Review is proud to announce the winners of our 2016 Poetry, Essay, and Fiction Contests. Each winner will receive $1000 and publication in SR Issue 70, forthcoming this September. The editors would like to thank all contestants for sharing their work with us as well as the judges for their generosity of time and
Sonora Review is pleased to announce two Free Online Submission Periods for the coming year, during the months of September and January. General submissions made through our online submissions manager during these months will be totally free of charge. General online submissions made outside of these periods will continue to have an attached $3 fee.
Kim Gek Lin Short’s Run is nothing short of what you always wanted from a cross-genre hybridity of poesy merged with a fatal fable of death/love/sex. I think it’s poetry, but there’s a narrative, so should I just call it new? The new new poetry for the reader that demands a narrative! The closest thing