January 29, 2017

Kayla Pongrac’s chapbook, The Flexible Truth, is full of strange, succulent little fictions, each one as startling and deftly crafted as the next.  Pongrac’s stories are provocative, poignant and disarming.  The twenty-seven pieces that form this collection are brief but luminous, deliberately worded and with marked intent.  In these stories, a wom...

January 29, 2017

Friendship is a captivatingly honest and singularly unflinching window into the complex and often painful realities of early adulthood and the true weight of our friendships.  Emily Gould has crafted with unyielding precision, a story which belies the fables we tell ourselves as we grow up.  Friendship is the razor sharp and deftly wielded portrait...

January 29, 2017

Mark: Crystallized is quite an interesting story.  You’re talking about two people who are both on truly different paths in life.  Reshma is clearly on a track, she’s on the doctoral track, she’s going somewhere.  And then you’ve got this guy, who is a bit like me when I was younger, you know, kind of the office boy – you go to work, you do the job...

January 29, 2017

At The Sonder Review, we LOVE to read.  And while this should probably not come as a surprise to you considering we are, after all, a literary review, what might be surprising is that between keeping up with the submissions queue, interviewing brilliant authors, and putting together our first issue, we have still managed to find the time to read fo...

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