Tag: memoir

Review: Beth Alvarado’s Anthropologies

The beginning of Anthropologies feels like something you’ve remembered before—a frail mother recounts stories for a middle-aged daughter. But then, the daughter is 18, and she wears bell bottoms and a black tee shirt and argues with the mother about a boyfriend. The argument ends and it is Colorado in 1968, and the windows fog

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People We Love

On Thursdays, we will be chronicling and celebrating people from Sonora Review and the University of Arizona Creative Writing MFA whom we love.  Please read these profiles and seek out their work.  Thanks and enjoy. Margaret Kimball (henceforth, Margi) Margi is ferocious.  Despite seeking two degrees, she dedicated herself to the Art Direction, Design, and

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