SANTA FE LITERARY REVIEW available_free 5 p.m. reading Oct. 19 in Visual Arts Gallery

SANTA FE LITERARY REVIEW is available for pick up

at Santa Fe, Eldorado and SFCC libraries

Free reading at 5 p.m. Oct. 19 in SFCC Visual Arts Gallery

Register at

Santa Fe Community College announces that complimentary copies of the SANTA FE LITERARY REVIEW (SFLR) are available for pickup at the Santa Fe Public Library branches, the Vista Grande Public Library in Eldorado, and at the SFCC Library, 6401 Richards Avenue.


The public is invited to a free reading at the SFCC Visual Arts Gallery, 6401 Richards Ave., from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19. Please register at


The SFLR editors wrote in this issue’s letter to the reader:


““There’s no hiding something that wants to be found,” writes Melissa Darcey Hall in her story, “Leave the Bone Buried.” Creation is like that: that which was hidden rises to the surface, manifesting in ways the artist might never have intended—or imagined. Once fashioned, a good myth takes on a life of its own, evolving over time through countless retellings. And for the writers and artists—the makers of myths—it’s so often the case that our message, our voice, finds us, and not the other way around […]

Through dozens of manifestations, the myth lies at this issue’s core, and with it, a celebration of every story wishing to be found.”

The SFLR is created each year by SFCC faculty, students, and alumnae. This year’s issue features work by contributors from SFCC, Santa Fe, and around the world, and also includes an interview with Amber McCrary, a Diné artist and the founder of Abalone Mountain Press.

The 2023 issue of the SFLR is available for viewing or download at For a selection of writing and art, visit For more information about the publication or the event, contact SFLR Faculty Advisor Kate McCahill by email at, or call 505-428-1903.

Santa Fe Community College celebrates its 40th Anniversary as the pathway to success for individuals and the community. SFCC provides affordable, high-quality programs that serve the academic, cultural, and economic needs of the community. The college welcomes over 10,000 students per year in credit, noncredit, workforce training, personal enrichment, and adult programs.
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