Superstition Review: What do you do for SR?
Elizabeth Anderson: I find nonfiction literary writers across the country and solicit them for work for SR. I also choose a few nonfiction writers that speak to me and solicit interviews.
SR: How did you hear about or get involved with Superstition Review?
EA: I first got involved with SR after taking a poetry class with Trish. Last year, I was the Solicitations Coordinator, where I kept track of the editor’s e-mails, created spreadsheets, created documents of responses, and added names to the Solicitations List.
SR: What is your favorite section of SR?
EA: My favorite section is the Art section because of Karen Green’s work, which I find not only unique, but also very inspirational.
SR: Who is your dream contributor to the journal?
EA: Currently, my dream contributor would be Mary Cappello (whom I sent a solicitation e-mail out to!), because I absolutely loved the idea behind her narrative, “Awkward: A Detour.” She not only covers touchy familial subjects, but she has a fluid way of talking about normal, everyday life.
SR: What job, other than your own, would you like to try out in the journal?
EA: I would love to be one of the Art Editors because it is so outside of my realm of the written arts. The visual arts can excite so many emotions without saying anything, and I would love to learn how to capture these emotions.
SR: What are you most excited for in the upcoming issue?
EA: I am so excited just to hear back from the nonfiction writers that I solicited. I think that their feedback will be the biggest pay off for all of my hard work thus far.
SR: What are you currently reading?
EA: I am currently reading My Friend Leonard, by James Frey. No matter what the media says about him, Frey will always hold a special place on my bookshelf.
SR: What are some of your favorite websites to waste time on or distract you from homework?
SR: What would be your dream class to take at ASU? What would the title be and what would it cover?
EA: My dream class at ASU would be a poetry class that not only focuses on forms (I am currently in ENG 490 Forms class), but also incorporates actual student readings of the poetry outside of class. The title would be ENG 490.5 “Forms and Presentation.”
SR: What are some of your favorite literary links?