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Interview with Phil Estes

Interview Tuesdays:  On Tuesdays, we will post short interviews with Sonora Review contributors or just friends of the journal.  Please use the comment section to respond to the interviews and suggest more people or subjects. (Photo by Greg Lamer) Phil Estes’ poems have appeared, or will be forthcoming in: DIAGRAM, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Lamination Colony,

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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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Two Part Interview With Rachal Duggan (Part Two)

“Now” by Rachal Duggan Continued from previous post NS: What are you working on lately? RD: I try to keep myself productive and end up drawing random stuff for myself. As long as I am still drawing, I’m pretty content. NS: What else are you up to? RD: For over a year I’ve been compiling

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Interview with Mark Budman

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

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Two Part Interview with Annabel Lyon (Part Two)

AV: Aristotle ponders the education of Alexander: “Such a needy little monster cub.  Shall I continue to pose him riddles to make him a brighter monster, or shall I make him human?”  Interesting introspection by Aristotle, but what was the right choice? AL: As I mentioned earlier, I think the damage was done to Alexander

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