“Santa Clara Review is by no means fleeting. This truly diverse publication is one in which readers can take great appreciation and wonderment—over and over again...”
— Denise Hill, Newpages.com

The Review

Santa Clara Review is a student-edited literary magazine which publishes poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and visual art. 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.


Upcoming Events

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!

Bronco Slam and Jam

Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017, 8 - 10 PM, Williman Room in Benson

It's time again for the quarterly Bronco Slam & Jam!
The structure:
Slam first, jam second, general open mic third (same time limits apply to the open mic as to the Slam— 3 min)
 

Reyna Grande - Nonfiction Reading

Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, 5:30 PM, St. Clare Room
Non-fiction writer and novelist;
Her memoir, The Distance Between Us, focuses on her life before and after illegally immigrating— on her own at age ten to the United States from Mexico. She is also author of the novels, Across a Hundred Mountains and Dancing with Butterflies. She has won the American Book Award, International Latino Book Award, and was a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist.