Hey there, friends! SVR is still accepting literary and visual works for its 30th issue! Deadline is March 31st! Happy submitting!
What's new, readers, writers, and artists? SVR is accepting submissions for this year's issue, and we're not only looking for prose, poetry and short fiction, but awesome new artwork! (And a potential cover!) Deadline's March 31st! Happy submitting!
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GeneralThe Suisun Valley Review of Solano College is proudly accepting submissions in original poetry, prose, short fiction & visual media for its Spring 2010 edition. Deadline is 4.1.2010
- Jan 31, 2010 3:58 AM The Quinton Duval Award in Creative Writing
- Jan 31, 2010 3:53 AM 2010 Submission Guidelines
- Jun 8, 2009 5:16 AM The Modern Persephone - Erika Amaya - Issue 26 2009 - Poetry
- Jun 8, 2009 5:02 AM Juarez - J. A. Goolsby - Issue 25 2008 - Short Fiction
- Jun 8, 2009 4:24 AM General Submission Guidelines - November through March
About me:Be part of the Suisun Valley Review, a long-running and prestigious Solano College literary tradition most recently awarded second-place in the Pacific-Western Division by the Community College Humanities Association. Now in it's our 31st year, Suisun Valley Review considers carefully all submissions received and publishes work by first-time contributors and published authors and artists alike. No preference is given to a specific style or genre. Although work from Solano College students is encouraged, submissions need not be by SCC students to be considered.
The Suisun Valley Review was established as a way for the students of Solano Community College to learn the art and craft of editing a literary journal while putting together their own magazine once a year. Since the first issue was published in 1981, these student editors have collaborated on a total of twenty-six issues of SVR (as there were two years when the magazine was not published), carefully selecting the contents from new and established writers from across the U.S. and abroad. The students are also directly involved with creating the overall design aesthetic and narrative of each issue. Each spring, all of their hard work and endless creative energy is repaid with a bound collection of prose and poetry, sold and kept as a testament to sleepless nights.
Guidelines have been posted in our blog, including where to send manuscripts, and further information on the Quinton Duval Award in Creative Writing.
If you are interested in editing an established literary magazine and live within or around Solano County, California, check the course catalog at the SCC website for English 58 during the Spring semester.
Who I'd like to meet:Creative minded writers, poets and artists.
- Status: Single
- Here for: Networking, Friends
- Zodiac Sign: Taurus
- Education: In college
- Occupation: Literary Magazine
Solano County Community College District
1981 to Present
- Fairfield, CA
- Graduated: N/A
- Major: English 58
- Minor: Poetry, Fiction and Art