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...

March 11, 2017

Like many well-meaning, millennial hipsters, I struggle to find authenticity—particularly in regards to my identity. I question my motivations, preferences, and fears as if self-actualization were a matter of hours logged (in some sense it is a community service after all). Inevitably though, I come to the same conclusion: there is no real/right/be...

March 6, 2017

Girlchild is the exuberant, arresting debut of Tupeol Hassman.  It is the story of Rory Dawn Hendrix, ‘feebleminded daughter of a feebleminded daughter, herself the product of feebleminded stock.’ Born to the Calle, a Nevada trailer park as poor and forgotten as the dirt it sits upon, Girlchild sees Rory attempt to navigate her way to adolescence t...

Please reload

Recent Posts
Please reload

Please reload

© 2017 The Sonder Review, all rights reserved
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon