Friday, September 13, 2013

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

pacREV newsflash!

Hi everybody!  I hope that you're ready to get on your creative thinking caps because the opening date for submissions is just around the corner!

SEPTEMBER 15, 2013!!

We are accepting works of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, graphic narrative, photography and artwork for the selected theme:

WE ARE ALL STRANGERS TO HAPPILY EVER AFTER...

Guidelines and theme description can be found by clicking the following links
1) https://www.facebook.com/pacREV (under the "about" section)
2) http://sdsupacificreview.wordpress.com

Make sure you like the pacific REVIEW page so you are kept up to date on multiple writing events and  any details that may be associated with this up-and-coming edition.

Any questions or concerns?
Email me: Jacquelyn Phillips, editor-in-chief at pacrevjournal@gmail.com

I hope that you will all be sending us your fantastical work!

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Submissions are Open! -|- pacREV 2013 -|- urBan myThos

We’re eagerly accepting submissions of short fiction/flash fiction, poetry, graphic narrative, photography, and creative nonfiction focusing on this theme. Written submissions must be 3,000 words or less and must be unpublished works. The submission deadline is 01.01.13.




Submit your minds and words to:


-|-Via Email -|- 
kcullen07@gmail.com


-|-Via Snail Mail -|- 
Editor-in-Chief,
pacific REVIEW
Dept. of English and Comparative Literature
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Dr. | MC6020
San Diego, CA
92182-6020

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

It Is Almost Here! pacREV 2012: Shackled! Get your copy via AMAZON.com soon!

pacific REVIEW 
a West Coast Arts Review Annual




from the Call for Submission(s)...

What images and feelings does the word shackled conjure for you? Do you fetishize it or dread it? Does it evoke a mad pastiche of visions as varied as S&M, prisons, Occupy protest arrests, captives of war, or the constraints of domination by the powerful and wealthy? Any kind of severe repression spawns countless detrimental conditions that affect all aspects of our lives. For many, shackles reify the torturous act of being confined, punished, manacled and oppressed; yet to others, they manifest a means of intensifying desire. In this provocative issue of pacificREVIEW, we want to know how these physical, spiritual, mental, sexual, political and social shackles bind you, and paradoxically, give you a purpose for creative liberation. PacificREVIEW wants your work inspired by the grinding efforts against the shackles of repression. Liberate your short stories, flash fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, poetry, graphic narrative, illustrative art, and photography!