Congratulations to the winners of the Sonora Review 2017 Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction contests!
Read: “La Goma” and “El Paso” and look for more on Carib Guerra’s tumblr Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Carib Guerra: I dropped out of school in the 7th grade. My mother allowed this with the requirement that I continue reading a great deal of books, and also writing responses to the
Mark Budman‘s work can be found on his website, The Virginia Quarterly Review, Blip, and Pank Magazine, to name a few places. Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Mark Budman: Since I learned the alphabet. NS: Do you write every day? MB: Yes, just about. NS: What are your thoughts on “writing on
Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Charlie Hanline: Approximately ten years NS: Do you write every day? CH: No, but then I feel guilty NS: What are your thoughts on writing? CH: Writing lets you live vicariously those elements that you are unable to experience directly. Writing makes you be more in tune
Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Kulpreet Yadav: Eight years, in a serious way. Earlier I was just jotting random thoughts; and it could include anything of general interest. But now I am more planned, better focused and have developed an ability to take it forward where I left, much in the same