The Santa Fe Literary Review

The Santa Fe Literary Review (SFLR) 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 each year, we invite submissions of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction of a general literary interest, as well as visual art. This year’s SFLR theme is “Missed Connections.” SFLR aims to promote a diverse range of writers and artists, and to present a wide variety of stories, styles, and cultural perspectives.

This year’s annual SFLR reception will be held Thursday, October 12 in the SFCC Visual Arts Gallery. All are welcome, and refreshments will be served. We look forward to hearing from this year’s diverse group of contributors!

Pick up a free copy of the Review at the SFCC Library, or write to SFLR, 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87508

 

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Kate McCahill, Faculty Advisor, Editor-at-large

Miriam SaganEditor Emeritus

Holly Baldwin, Prose Editor 

Austin Eichelberger, Poetry Editor

Student Editors: Nancy Beauregard, Annabella Farmer, Jennifer Grogg, Meg O’Brien, Lisa Powers, and Serena Rodriguez

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.

 

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