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The SFSU Review
About Fourteen Hills: Fourteen Hills is a biannual journal publishing the highest quality experimental, progressive, and traditional fiction, poetry, literary nonfiction, short plays, and visual art.
Editors: Miah Jeffra, Chad Koch
San Francisco State University
Department of Creative Writing
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
Phone: (415) 338-1111
Genres: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cross-genre, artwork
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: 3/1-7/1; 9/1-1/1 Response time: 4 months Payment: no Contests: yes (see website) ISSN: 1085-4576 Founded: 1994 Issues per year: 2 Distributors: Small Press Distributors Copy price: $9 Sample price (postpaid): $9 Average pages: 135
Publisher's description: "Beautifully
designed, impeccably edited, Fourteen Hills is one of those handful
of literary journals doing the important work of keeping American writing
alive and new."
Fourteen Hills publishes a broad range of innovative and imaginative fiction, poetry, literary nonfiction, and short plays. Established in 1994, our biannual publication is committed to presenting a diversity of the finest experimental, progressive, and traditional work by emerging and established authors. Fourteen Hills also sponsors The Bambi Holmes Award (a cash prize) and The Michael Rubin Book Award and co-produces The Gina Berriault Award and Reading.
Work published in Fourteen Hills has been recognized with a variety of awards, including: a Pen/O. Henry Prize, Best American Poetry Prize, Flannery O’Connor Award, multiple Pushcart Prize Special Mentions, and others. Contributors include: Seth Abramson, Lydia Davis, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Juan Felipe Herrera, Fanny Howe, D.A. Powell, Terese Svoboda, Melanie Rae Thon, Lynne Tillman, and Rosmarie Waldrop.
Fourteen Hills is produced by graduate students in SFSU’s Creative Writing Program and is available at our website in both print and electronic form.
"I love Fourteen Hills. If there were more journals like this we could save the world."
—Stephen Elliott, author of The Adderral Diaries
Volume 20 Number 1, 2014: Featuring an interview with Michael Alenyikov; fiction from Michael Alenyikov, Sean Carswell, Matthew Fogarty, Carol Gore, Dustin M. Hoffman, Meredith Luby, Nick Francis Potter, Jane Rose Porter, Daniel Riddle Rodriguez, Kate Scarpetta, Patricia Canright Smith, Meghan Tifft, Vincent Craig Wright; and poetry from A. Anupama, Hinemoana Baker, Agatha Beins, Philip Belcher, Lucy Burns, Susana H. Case, Christine DeSimone, Michael Dickman, Daniel Donaghy, Molly Faerber, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Heather June Gibbons, Ivan Hobson, Michael Jones, Mary Julia Klimenko, Dan Langton, David Dodd Lee, Farzana Marie, Kevin McLellan, Christopher J. Michel, James Norcliffe, David O’Connell, Darlene Pagán, Jared Pearce, Mimi Plevin-Foust, and more.
Volume 19 Number 2, 2013: Featuring fiction from Hobie Anthony, Thomas Israel Hopkins, Paul Kavanagh, Jon Lasser, Heather Rick, Joe Sacksteder, Nick Seifert, Martin Slag, and Laura Woollett; art by Dan Lydersen and Rogelio Manzo; and poetry from Steve Barbaro, Jessica Rae Bergamino, Gladys Justin Carr, Lisa Cattrone, Maxine Chernoff, Clayton Adam Clark, Warren Craghead III, Hannah Craig, Phillip Colantti, John Findura, Sean Patrick Hill, Marc Harshman, Michael Hurley, Haley Larson, Karen An-hwei Lee, Gary L. McDowell, Adam McGraw, Rachel Moritz, John Morrison, Nicole Stellon O’Donnell, Eleanor Paynter, Jody Rambo, Liz Robbins, Philip Schaefer, Hilary Sideris, Marc Vincenz, and Matthew Woodman.
last updated 01/13/2014