May 12, 2017

From the very first page, Richard Dent’s Myopia creates a world unlike ours yet eerily similar. I had the pleasure of reading the first issue of what I can confidently say will be a long-running and successful series of graphic novels. The graphic medium presents a unique storytelling experience, no matter the content, and Richard has really create...

April 7, 2017

Now, I know what you’re thinking. You’re saying, “Jeremy, why is Sonder, a magazine of fiction and nonfiction, posting about a chapbook of poetry?” Well, I counter with this: Heart Float is impossible not to post about. Chrissy Montelli hails from the same Creative Writing program that produced Elena and me. I have been reading her poetry for sever...

March 17, 2017

While it was, thankfully, not a destructive storm for me, the snowstorm that swept the northeast corner of the country was enough to keep me inside for two straight days – work was closed, my car was buried, and I had enough food (and whiskey and ginger ale) to last me for at least a week if need be. My partner and my roommate were both home for th...

February 17, 2017

At the time of my writing this, it has been over 24 hours since I finished John Darnielle’s Midwestern gothic horror novel, and I can honestly say that I still don’t know what to think about it. I have read a lot of books in my lifetime, and very rare is the book that sits in my soul for quite this long. In fact, off the top of my head I can only t...

February 2, 2017

Hello, friends and fellow Sonderers! My name’s Jeremy A. Jackson, and I am your new Creative Nonfiction editor, as well as the director of Marketing and Social Media. That all sounds very big and important, but who I really am is a young guy fresh out of college who really, truly loves reading and writing. I found out about Sonder this summer while...

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