What is it about the genre or cross-genre you write in that interests you/draws you in? I came into fiction from a place of being a poet first and foremost, which has really informed the way I construct my short stories. There’s something pleasurable about accessing modes that feel more rooted in poetry—such as a
Recently, Sonora Review’s 2017-2018 Co-Editor-in-Chief, Patrick Cline, interviewed Brian Evenson, writer of numerous works of fiction and our 2017 Fiction Contest judge.
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
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