October 2008
Sonora Review;2008, Issue 55/56, p4
The article offers information on the literary journal "Sonora Review." The author asserts that the journal is run by a small group of graduate students in the U.S., publishing literary works that will help new writers and offers new views on writing. He mentions that the journal publishes literary works that engage and enliven the intellectual interests for good writing.


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