The Santa Fe Literary Review
The Santa Fe Literary Review is published annually by the Santa Fe Community College. An in-print literary journal, SFLR features work by local, national, and international writers and artists. From September 15 to December 1, we invite submissions of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction of a general literary interest, as well as visual art. Each issue has a suggested theme; the 2016 theme, as well as submission guidelines, will be announced on . Contributors receive two copies of the magazine and are invited to read at the annual SFLR reception, hosted on campus each fall. Pick up a free copy of the Review at the SFCC Libary or at SFCC's Liberal Arts Program Office - while supplies last.
Kate McCahill, Faculty Advisor
Miriam Sagan, Poetry Editor
Holly Baldwin and Courteney Handy, Prose Editors
Jessica Doolittle-Burton, Art Editor
Carrie Cannella Morgan and Jonathan Perez, Editors-at-Large
With special thanks to Julia Deisler, Chair of English, Reading, Speech, and World Languages; Bernadette Jacobs, Dean of Liberal Arts and Core Studies; Margaret Peters, Vice President of Academic Affairs; and Randy Grissom, SFCC College President.
The Santa Fe Literary Review is currently closed for submissions. Submission guidelines: The Santa Fe Literary Review (SFLR) invites mailed submissions of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction – no more than 3000 words of poetry and/or prose, please. We also solicit visual art - graphic novel excerpts, photographs, etc. There is no image limit for visual art submissions. Each issue has a suggested theme; the 2016 theme, as well as more specific submission guidelines, will be announced on September 1, 2016, on our website. Contributors receive two copies of the magazine and are invited to read at the annual SFLR reception, hosted on campus each fall. Our open submissions period begins 9/15 and ends 12/1. Our reading time is 3-6 months.
Between 9/15 and 12/1, please mail prose to SLFR, 6401 Richards Avenue, Santa Fe NM, 87508. We only accept prose submissions via snail mail; it works best for us! Visual art, on the other hand, should be emailed to email@example.com.
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