Santa Clara Review – “My House of Cards”

Santa Clara Review - Banner 2All right friends and random people who have mistyped their Google search and stumbled upon this page, I have another story to share.  The most recent piece to be released is a little ditty titled “My House of Cards.”  It is about terrible roommates – including myself – and it’s as gritty as I get (or at least it’s in line with past grittiness).

The publication is The Santa Clara Review, and it is an accomplishment that I’m particularly prideful about.  In fact, having spent most of my life in Northern California, and having lived for a couple of years in San Jose, Santa Clara Review feels like a home coming, and they have made sure to dust off the welcome mat for me.  The publication is incredibly professional looking, their layout is great, the artwork chosen is beautiful, and I’m featured beside quite a number of endlessly talented authors and poets.

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Check out page 58 of the magazine – it’s quite good.

For the online version of the magazine, click here.

For the free eReader download, click here.

For the free iPad edition, click here.

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You can also order yourself a physical copy of this magazine – just get in touch with the editors.  Back issues are $7.50.  Ask for Spring 2012.

Mail:
Santa Clara Review
500 El Camino Real, Box 3212
Santa Clara, CA 95053

Phone:
(408) 554 – 4484

Email:
santaclarareview@gmail.com

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Santa Clara Review:

Santa Clara Review is a student-edited literary magazine which publishes poetry, fiction, non-fiction, visual art, and music. The magazine is published biannually in February and May, drawing on submissions from Santa Clara University students, faculty, and staff, as well as from writers around the nation and globe. The Review is entirely student run by undergraduate students who are actively enrolled.The Review promotes the literary arts in several spheres: the student and alumni writing community within Santa Clara University, the academic literary community, and the national community of writers outside of SCU.

The Review is committed to the development of student literary talent,both in editorial and creative writing skills. The Review provides Santa Clara students an opportunity to gain knowledge in the practice of contemporary writing and criticism, and creates a forum for faculty, students, and alumni to express their creative energy.

History and Vision:

Founded in 1869, Santa Clara Review–formerly known as The Owl and The Redwood–is one of the oldest literary publications in the Western U.S. Throughout its duration the publication has represented Santa Clara University’s commitment to the humanities, a tenant of Jesuit education. Because the Review shares in Santa Clara University’s commitment to the humanities, the Review will accept only the highest quality material for publication, material which echoes Santa Clara University’s dedication to the pursuit of truth, honesty, and social responsibility within the literary arts.

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