Sonora Review

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Sonora Review
Editor Will Slattery, Jake Syersak
Categories Literary magazine
Frequency Biannually
Publisher University of Arizona
First issue 1980
Country United States
Language English
Website sonorareview.com
ISSN 0275-5203

Sonora Review is a biannual graduate student-run literary magazine that was established in the fall of 1980. Sonora Review publishes fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, as well as interviews, book reviews, and art. Each issue is produced by graduate student volunteers in the Creative Writing Department at the University of Arizona. Former staff members include Antonya Nelson, Robert Boswell, Richard Russo, Tony Hoagland, and David Foster Wallace. Work originally printed in the Sonora Review has appeared in Best of the West and Best American Poetry, and has won O. Henry Awards and Pushcart Prizes.[1] The editors-in-chief are Patrick Cline and Josh Riedel.

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