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 June 1 to November 1 each year, we invite submissions of poetry, fiction, dramatic writing, and nonfiction of a general literary interest, as well as visual art.
SFLR aims to promote a diverse range of writers and artists, and to present a wide variety of stories, styles, and cultural perspectives. We’re especially committed to promoting voices that aren’t always empowered in the publishing world, so if you’re a writer of color, a non-native English speaker, a female, a member of the LGBTQIAPK+ community, a disabled person, a trauma survivor, or anyone else frequently silenced or ignored by the modern media, please submit. SFLR cares about sharing your voice with the world.
Our 2020 theme is “Tapestry: Diversity, Culture, and Common Ground.” Our submissions period opens June 1, 2020, and closes November 1, 2020. We accept mailed submissions of poetry and prose, and electronic submissions of visual art.
Pick up a free copy of the SFLR at the SFCC Library, or write to SFLR, 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87508
To donate to the SFLR, please complete the form below. In the final comments section, kindly make note of the fact that you’re directing your donation to the SFLR/ENGL fund. Thank you for your donation to the SFLR!
Kate McCahill, SFLR Faculty Advisor, Editor-in-Chief
Miriam Sagan, SFLR Editor Emeritus
Tintawi Kaigziabiher, Creative Non-Fiction Editor
Austin Eichelberger, Fiction Editor
Nancy Beauregard, Poetry Editor
Jade McLellan, Poetry Editor
Serena Rodriguez, Poetry Editor
Brittney Beauregard, Art Editor and Proofreader
This year’s student interns are Pat Hastings, Cheryl Marita, Jillian Prendergast, and Tristan Van Cleave . With special thanks to Shuli Lamden and Bethany Carson, Co-Chairs of COMM/ENGL/READ, and to Julia Deisler and Emily Stern, Creative Writing Point People. SFLR is also grateful to Shalimar Krebs, Associate Dean of Liberal Arts; Margaret Peters, VP of Academic Affairs; and Becky Rowley, SFCC President, for their support of the arts on campus and within our community.