What is it about the genre or cross-genre you write in that interests you/draws you in? I write in many genres, working to find the right one for the given material, which can take several tries. “Lyme Disease” probably found its shape as a poem because the experience it recounts comes out of Romantic poetry.
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Congratulations to the winners of the Sonora Review 2017 Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction contests!
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
Jennifer Denrow is the author of two chapbooks: A Knee for a Life (Horse Less Press, 2010) and From California, On (Brave Men Press, 2010). She currently lives in Colorado where she recently finished a PhD program at Denver University. Whitney DeVos: Being a CA native, [your thoughts on your most recent collection California are]
A Visit From the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan Review by Lisa Levine “A Visit From the Goon Squad” isn’t a must-read for MFA craft classes, but it should be. The recognition Jennifer Egan’s fifth book is receiving this year ought to remove any doubt that she is a writer to learn from. Her layered