Bilal Mir was born on April 28, 1982. Most memories of his life entail a journalistic-like involvement in the lives of the depraved, untrustworthy, volatile and forgotten members of society’s nether regions. Youth wasted on wasted youth. Now he is a full-grown adult with an enviable guilt complex and phobia of bridges (he fears that,
Writers for Justice on the Border: What does it mean to Write in Arizona? A Reading/Discussion presented by Sonora Review, No More Deaths, and the Poetry Center featuring: Gary Paul Nabhan John Washington and actresses from Borderlands Theater. Sonora Review is proud to announce that on October 11, 2010 Tucson residents are invited to the
Ryan Glenn likes to use film to explore societal insanity and delusion. His previous projects include The Maxwell Billington Journey and Funny Meeting You Here. He plans to start preproduction on his first feature film very soon. Natasha Stagg: What are you up to lately? Ryan Glenn: Trying to direct more music videos and writing
God Is a Pervert, by Tucson native Bob Purvis in Vice MiPOesias, featuring poetry by U of A MFA graduate, Bo McGuire, plus Bo reading a poem Tucson’s Aris Schwabe quoted and pictured in V Magazine, Aris in Untitled, Aris in Masquerade, Aris for Bess, Aris in Fiasco Tucson’s Shane Gambill in Fiasco, Shane in Ink
Raised in Tucson, educated by TUSD, a victim of the Arizona university systems and long-time local wage-slave, Smog is a true Tucson townie. She’s currently a DJ on Free Radio Chuk’shon 90.9 FM in downtown Tucson. Her Soggy Show (FOR THE LADIEZ) can be caught on Friday nights from 10 pm till sometime Saturday morning.