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Sonora Review Jan 21
Our free subs are now closed, so we're back to REGULAR, OPEN (i.e. non-themed) submissions this week. If you'd like to see your work published by us, visit our Submittable page () and show us your work. Cheers to the new week, everyone!
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TheGreensboroReview Jan 19
RT : January 31 is the deadline to submit nominations for the 2019 Georgia Author of the Year Award ().
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Sonora Review Jan 18
Replying to @theinnerzone
Yes, please. 😊
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Sonora Review Jan 18
LAST DAY to submit to our FREE, non-themed subs at Sonora Review! We're taking fiction, nonfiction and poetry. See guidelines below. Good luck!
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Paula Harris Jan 17
I've just finishing sending in my first ever submissions to and - thanks to some nurofen to kill off my headache (although my lack of focus is spectacular) - so now I'm going to have a shower and then go back to bed for more crying.
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Sonora Review Jan 17
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Sonora Review Jan 17
We love it when our mag connects people! ❤️
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Sonora Review Jan 17
Replying to @BlackWarriorRev
Thank you for the signal boost!
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Black Warrior Review Jan 16
Send your work to our friends at Sonora!
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Daniel S. Duvall Jan 16
. Dear Robert Anthony Siegel ()... I read your non-fiction piece Psychedelic Family in issue 73 of Sonora Review (). What a remarkable autobiographical vignette you've crafted. Your fear of being dosed with LSD sounds like a taxing form of anxiety.
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Jeff Higa Jan 16
Get in on this! is a great litmag that will treat your work with respect!
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DIAGRAM Jan 16
free submissions to until Friday, friends; they're a fav of ours
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Sonora Review Jan 16
"We buried him out in the oilfields, where the wells thrum up and down in a steady metronomal pulse. We buried him in the clothes he wore." Our first flash prose of 2019 is "Animal Bones" by John Murphy. New on Sonora Online today.
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hermanx resist press Jan 15
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Sonora Review Jan 15
Quick reminder that we're open to FREE subs until Friday. Don't forget to keep to our submission guidelines and send us your gems. We can't wait to read!
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Alec Prevett Jan 14
Last night I submitted a punch of poems to 🤠
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Sonora Review Jan 11
Hey y'all! We're now open to FREE, non-themed submissions in Fiction, Nonfiction and Poetry until Friday January 18th! Peek at our general submission guidelines on our website, then submit here 👇🏾. Send us your best stuff!
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Sonora Review Jan 10
Hey guys! We're back from our winter hiatus! Did you miss us? Well, we missed telling you about the good stuff we have for you. For instance, we open to ONE WEEK OF FREE SUBS soon. Keep your eyes peeled! Now, which new follower is going to bump us into 10K?
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Southeast Review Dec 20
Check out Assistant Editor, 's FRENZY poem, "Paris After Ostriker's Old Woman, Tulip and Dog" in the latest !!
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krys malcolm belc Dec 22
Replying to @__eshani @sonorareview
and endless thanks for publishing this blocky flash about my mom and cooking and visiting home for the first time after transition (and for making that incredible broadside):
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