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April 25: Staff Applications Due
Want to be a part of the Review? If you are a student at SCU and are interested in joining our staff, please fill out the application listed on our Join page. Applications are to be printed, filled out, and returned to the office (Benson 16) by midnight.
May 21: Spring Publication Party
4-6 pm at the de Saisset Museum featuring poet Martín Espada.
Martín Espada was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1957. He has published more than fifteen books as a poet, editor, essayist and translator. His latest collection of poems, The Trouble Ball (Norton), is the recipient of the Milt Kessler Award, a Massachusetts Book Award and an International Latino Book Award. His previous book of poems, The Republic of Poetry (Norton), was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He has also received an American Book Award, the Shelley Memorial Award, the PEN/Revson Fellowship and a Guggenheim Fellowship. The title poem of his collection, Alabanza, about 9/11, has been widely anthologized and performed. His book of essays, Zapata’s Disciple (South End Press), has been banned in Tucson as part of the Mexican-American Studies Program outlawed by the state of Arizona. A former tenant lawyer in Greater Boston’s Latino community, Espada is currently a professor in the Department of English at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
The Review takes on AWP: Santa Clara Review staff members visit a Seattle writers conference. Click here!
Poetry and the Apocalypse: Poetry Editor Sabrina Baretto discusses Paul-Henri Campbell's poetry collection and the way that it explores modernity. Click here!
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