After months spent reviewing, editing and deliberating, Issue #34 is on its way to binding!

Thank you to everyone who submitted this year!  We are endlessly grateful to all of the authors and artists who sent us their work. We are all incredibly proud of the magazine this year which includes diverse voices from around the world, including work from incarcerated students, Australian poets, and several artists from our own community.

We are looking forward to sharing our magazine with you at our Release Reading hosted by the editors this Friday, May 19th, at 2 p.m. in the Solano Community College Library, 4000 Suisun Valley Rd, Fairfield, CA 94534.

Please join us to hear readings from our featured poet, Susan Kelly-DeWitt, and also enjoy readings from several of our contributing authors. We will also be presenting the Quinton Duval Award for creative writing to this year’s winner.

Thank you again to everyone who submitted. We look forward to seeing you ar the reading.

 

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Reviews are Underway

The editors at the Suisun Valley Review would like to thank all our contributors for this year’s spring edition of SVR. We received some amazing submissions this year and we have a tough job ahead of us!

We are working hard reviewing and making decisions for what we will be publishing in the Issue #34 of SVR.

We are excited to have everything completed in time for our May release reading.

We hope you all stay tuned for future updates about our progress!

Share the Love!

“A good writer possesses not only his own spirit but also the spirit of his friends.”

– Friedrich Nietzsche

Have you told your friends that submissions are now open for SVR Spring 2017?

Don’t let the writers and artists in your life miss out on the opportunity to have their work published in our upcoming issue. Head to the submission guidelines  page for more information!

Submissions Closed

The editors at the Suisun Valley Review would like to thank all our contributors for this year’s spring edition of SVR.

We are working hard to sort through and make the tough decision of what will be published in time for our May 6th release reading.

We hope you all stay tuned for future updates about our progress!

Suisun Valley Review Receives Honors!

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Suisun Valley Review, the literary magazine of Solano Community College, has been awarded 2nd place for the Pacific-Western Division of the Community College Humanities Association’s 2015 Literary Magazine Competition.

Taught by Professor Michael J. Wyly, Suisun Valley Review is the product of English 058/059, a spring semester course for the students of Solano to study and practice the craft of editing a literary journal.

The Community College Humanities Association (CCHA), founded in 1979, is the only national organization of its kind for humanities faculty and administrators in two-year colleges. Its annual Literary Magazine Competition solicits entries from across the nation to award excellence in literary magazine publishing at two-year colleges.

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