Editor in Chief Jake Lans challenges readers to disagree with what this issue of Santa Clara Review “says” in its presentation of diverse content. “It would be so boring if you didn’t,” he prods. Would if I could, but because I appreciate the variety of what’s published here, even if not all of it suits me, I can only agree with Lans. Diversity of content in any publication is essential—it would be so boring if it wasn’t!Continue reading “Santa Clara Review – Winter 2015”
Gerald Stern is the featured poet in the latest issue of Santa Clara Review (102.1), contributing several new poems for the publication. The student-edited publication includes poetry, fiction, nonfiction and full-color artwork, and is available to view in full online via Issuu.
Such established and accomplished writers as Jim Daniels and Colleen S. Harris are joined by many student writers, a funky section of writing about the music scene, and 20 pages of impressive artwork.Continue reading “Santa Clara Review – Spring/Summer 2010”
The Santa Clara Review opened a new door in their last issue by including a Music Section in the publication. They’ve received so much positive feedback on it that they’ll continue it both in print – providing one-page descriptions and photos of indie groups, and online – offering visitors mp3 downloads of sample songs from the groups featured in the magazine. They are also now accepting music submissions in addition to poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art.