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Please join the Review in the celebration of literary and artistic talent by submitting your work and/or attending our upcoming events, listed below. Review events include spoken word nights, publication parties for each new issue, poetry competitions, and more. Your audience awaits become part of the Review today!
October 19, 2016: Creative Writing Program Presents Tobias Wolff
Acclaimed Fiction writer, author of The Barracks Thief, Old School, “A Bullet in the Brain,” and many other works. A reading will be held from 5-6pm, with a reception before at 4pm to meet the author. Located in the St. Clare room.
April 5, 2016
Check out a recap of the AWP weekend with editor Jake Lans and read Zack Peercy's contest winning story! It's about orangutans and their fragile limbs. Click here.
April 1, 2016
Thanks to our friends at the Paris Review we have a new idea for our orangutan. Write a story (1k words max) about how he broke his arm and send it to our email (email@example.com) before Saturday at noon. The writer of the best story wins the orangutan (which we are fixing) and gets published on our blog. Get creative. #AWP16
March 18, 2016
Today is the last day to submit to the Santa Clara Review! Send your work by midnight Pacific Time for a chance to be in Vol 103 Issue 2! When you're done submitting head on over to Studio Bongiorno for an open-mic hosted by the world-famous and very enthusiastic Mike McGee. Show starts at 8pm. $5 at the door.
February 5, 2016
We'd like to thank Norma Cantu and all those who attended her reading yesterday afternoon. It was a great time. Copies of her book, Canicula, can be purchased using the listed link. -- Click Here!