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The Hallucination Issue
pacificREVIEW 2019

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pacificREVIEW: A West Coast Arts Review Annual is delighted to announce the theme for our 2019 issue: HALLUCINATION.

How far does our perception stretch—what can you some of us see that others cannot? How does perception limit us? How do we define the so-called Twilight Zone? What rules do we adhere to as prescribed by the societal understanding of reality? What boundaries do we reside within before we are exposed to anti-reality? What happens beyond the veil of the here and now? Where is the line between what we consider tangible and intangible? When can we convince ourselves of what is surreal or unreal altogether and why? Just as a hallucination can destroy the fabric of what we consider reality, how could it also help or protect us? How many have been lost to liminal spaces akin to the Bermuda Triangle? What makes the waking world the truth? Why then are we shaken by prophetic or symbolic dreams – what happens when the dream becomes reality? Why does the hybrid of the unreal and real frighten us?
Alice in the Rabbit Hole

Join us down the Rabbit Hole. This year’s call for papers may delve into the global or extremely personal but all should address some aspect of the bountiful ways in which we experience and understand Hallucination.

 Submission will be accepted until January 1, 2019.

Please submit to only one of the following:

 · Fiction and Creative Nonfiction: Please submit no more than one piece of work, limit 4,500 words, double spaced, attached as a Microsoft Word Document. Short stories and flash fiction are also encouraged.

 · Poetry: You are welcome to submit 2-3 pieces of poetry. Please limit your poems to no more than 2 typed pages, attached as a Microsoft Word Document.

 · Photographs/drawings/artwork: You may submit up to 10 pieces of artwork that cover a cohesive theme or style. Please submit as a high resolution (300 dpi) greyscale or black and white PDF.

 · Graphic Narrative: Please submit no more than two pieces in a high resolution (300 dpi) greyscale or black and white PDF. Panels must fit on two pages.

How to Submit: click here!

We accept submissions both via Submittable and snail mail!

Snail mail subs can be addressed to:

Alex Cline, Autumn Reyes, Gayana Parsegova, Head Editrixes
pacific REVIEW
Dept. of English and Comparative Literature
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Dr. | MC6020
San Diego, CA

Now Available! pacificREVIEW 2018

Click here to buy via the SDSU Press / Amazon online store!

La frontera occupies a political and geographical significance to folx residing in the Americas that cannot be overlooked, especially in our contemporary moment. As leading political figures and commentators feign empathy for the human rights violations of Latinxs at the border yet make no moves to intervene, it is clear that the work of unpacking the significant influence of la frontera as both a physical location and figurative space is relevant to both media discourse and creative work. Writing, art-making, and photography are forms of labor that must be pursued; they generate an activist space in which writers and creators can transgress dominant ideologies and demand attention for issues that may otherwise go overlooked.

Contributors include Alejandro Pérez, Alexandra Cline, Amy Wack, Angela Pankosky, Angela Spring, Audra Puchalski, Avanti Arseculeratne, Brooke Petersen, Cyndy Garcia-Weyandt, Donia Mounsef, Ernesto Hernández, Fernando de Peña, Francis Flavin, Frederick Luis Aldama, Hannah Humphrey, Ivy Grimes, Jill Dery, Jill Marie Holslin, Jonathan Greenhause, Kate Kimball, Katlin Sweeney, Kendall Klym, Marie Parrish, Maryah Converse, Nathan Manley, Nicole Diwag, Nuno Neves, Rodrigo Vargas, Sandra Ramos O'Briant, Sean Coolican, Toti O'Brien, William Camargo, and Ximena Keogh Serrano. Guillermo Nericcio García, of memogr@phics designcasa (memo@sdsu.edu), designed the issue.


pacificREVIEW 2018:

pacificREVIEW is currently hosting an open call for submissions for our 2018 edition, “States of La Frontera” – an interdisciplinary, intersectional collection of work that grapples with the concept and image of “borders” as existing in multiple contexts. “States of La Frontera” refers to the literal and figurative borderlands of space and identity: the physical, geographical, emotional, spiritual, and temporal boundaries and possibilities of being. We are interested in works that embrace and complicate life at the intersection – works that resist hegemony, generalization, and singularity.

“States of La Frontera” refuses translation and is open to works in English, Spanish, or a combination of the two. We accept submissions of poetry, flash fiction, short stories, creative non-fiction, memoir, essays, comics, collages, photography, and visual art.

Submission Notes: pacificREVIEW considers previously unpublished work. You may submit up to three pieces of work from any genre for consideration in this edition. When submitting content, we highly encourage that you include a statement regarding how your work responds to the edition theme.

Submission Period: October 14, 2017 – February 2, 2018

How to Submit:

We accept submissions both via Submittable and snail mail!

Digital subs can be sent to:


Snail mail subs can be addressed to:

Katlin Sweeney, Editor-in-Chief
pacific REVIEW
Dept. of English and Comparative Literature
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Dr. | MC 6020
San Diego, CA 92182-6020

*The illustration above is from the famous CRUZANDO FRONTERA conference, 1990, held in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, as documented in Chick Flicks: Theories and Memories of the Feminist Film Movement by B. Ruby Rich; also see the interview here.

Now Available! pacREV 2017
Errant Mythologies
Edited by Hari Alluri, Carlos Kelly, and Breeann Kyte Kirby

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Errant Mythologies pacREV2017

UPDATE February 6, 2018:

We are happy to present the new edition of pacificREVIEW: A West Coast Arts Review Annual, edited by Hari Alluri, with Carlos Kelly & Breeann Kyte Kirby, entitled ERRANT MYTHOLOGIES. From the original call for papers: "We hope you interpret Errant Mythologies in all the senses of each word, their combinations and beyond. We hope our theme provokes work you wish you could run into for the first time. Offer us the tensions that bind your truths to what you deny, to the lies you love, to what you find undeniable: work that asks, in large or small ways, the big questions: work that is curious about the mystery itself: the errant mythologies that move you, trouble you, call you to experience and imagine them."

Contributors include (in first name alphabetical order) : Adam Deutsch, Adrian Arancibia, Adrian Carrillo, Alix Sharpe, Andrea Walls, Arthur Kayzakian, Benny Biscuits, Carly Beesley, Carol Sadtler, Carolyn Moore, Christine Stoddard, Christopher Warner, Christy O'Connor, Cynthia Dewi Oka, Darren Demaree, Elena Botts, Erin Jourdan, Garrett Stack, Grant Price, Hanna Tawater, Heather Dobbins, Henry J. Erickson, Ishion Hutchinson, Jake Young, James Penha, Jeanne Julian, Jeanne Wagner, Jed Myers, Jessica Lakritz, Jim Ruland, John Brantingham, John Kirsch, Judith Skillman, Julia Dixon Evans, Justin Hudnall, Karl Elder, Kathy Rudin, Kazim Ali, Kenji C. Liu, Kevin Oberlin, Kevin Simmonds, Laurette Folk, Loren Smith, Lowell Jaegr, Maggie Graber, Marcella Remund, Michael Reid Busk, Michaelsun Knapp, Michelle Bonczek Evory, Nick Montgomery & carla bergman, Paul Sanchez, Rajiv Mohabir, Rebecca Durham, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Robert Miltner, Scott Chalupa, Stephanie Valente, tess free, Thea Prieto, Thomas J. Erickson, Timothy Walker, Veronica Scharf Garcia, Vi Khi Nao, Wendy Carlisle, and William Crawford. This edition of pacificREVIEW is published in small, old-school paperback form--great for carrying around in your pocket as you dash to your next reading, wander to that next coffeehouse, or stagger out of that next dive bar!


pacificREVIEW 2016

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On the surface, notoriety, visuality and celebrity culture oversaturate the information age. But what insidious formations lurk beneath the glossy surface? Faceless monsters dwell behind black screens—paradoxically both numbing factories of the masses and liberating tools of the dispossessed. Does this anonymity transform us into voiceless dolls that preserve the misogynistic power structures or grant us power through simulated online versions of ourselves. While menacing conglomerates practice institutionalized discrimination and witless pariahs face the backlash, moralized hackers expose hidden weaknesses that often bring those responsible to light. Does the rampant voyeurism of today signify a deep perversity or something more innocent and liberating that thrives in obscurity? What aspects of human nature are exposed with the burgeoning of artificial intelligence, online activism and twitter shaming? What masks do we wear and what secrets do they conceal?

Our new, 2015 edition of pacificREVIEW is now available via the San Diego State University Press/Amazon.com online store--click the cover of VIVARIUM: pacificREVIEW 2015, edited by Ryan Kelly, with Dakota Lenz, and Shannon Snyder, opposite, to order your issue now!

pacificREVIEW 2015: "Vivarium"

A vivarium (Latin for "place of life") is an area, usually enclosed, for keeping and raising animals or plants for observation or research. Often, a portion of the ecosystem for a particular species is simulated on a smaller scale, a microcosm with controls for environmental conditions.

We, as human beings, create vivariums for both ourselves and other species. In these environments of our own design (zoos, shopping malls, universities, cathedrals, etc.), we breathe simulation, observe phenomena both natural and unnatural, speak in symbols, and cypher our dreams. We are inhabitants of our creations, thriving in the flux between the abstract and the absolute.

The newest issue of the pacificREVIEW seeks dynamic pieces of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, graphic narratives, photography, and artwork that speak to this theme and interrogate the ever-blurring line between "real" and "unreal" settings.

Submission Period: October 1st, 2014 - February 28th, 2015. NOW CLOSED

How to submit:


pacificREVIEW 2014, Strangely Ever After, edited by Jacquelyn Phillips is now available for a special price at the San Diego State University Press amazon.com storefront--click the cover and experience the thrill of virtual teleportation!

Coming soon! CALL FOR PAPERS for pacificREVIEW 2015 edited by Ryan Kelly!  More to come! Watch this space or visit our facebook entities here: https://www.facebook.com/pacREV and our older site here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/PacificReview/172345312860673?ref=hl

pacificREVIEW: A West Coast Arts Review Annual
2014 Special Issue

"Strangely Ever After"

We are now accepting submissions all the way through February 1st 2013!  Don't be shy.  Embrace your quirkiness and send in your work - we want the strange and the unbelievable - the made-up and the fantastical.  Give us stories about traveling to France and only being able to speak one sentence in this unknown and foreign "new world" (at least it was new to you).  Or weave us a tale of rotten princesses, beautiful on the outside, but with the urge to kill on the inside.  Take pictures of the natural world in a naturally strange state.  Or create a sculpture that embodies the fairy tale in a grotesque fashion. 

-Fiction and Creative Nonfiction: Submit only one story.  No simultaneous submissions.  Maximum 4500 words.  We do accept (and encourage) flash fiction.

- Poetry: Submit 2 to 3 poems.  No simultaneous submissions.  Poems cannot exceed 2 typed pages.

- Photographs/drawings/artwork: Submit 1 to 4 works.  Must be in black and white.  Photographs of your work of art are perfectly acceptable.  Please adhere to the theme!

- Graphic Narrative: submit 2 to 3 pieces.  Must be in black and white.  Panels must fit on the length of two pages.  Please make legible.

Along with your submission, please include a cover letter with the following information (or as much information as you can):

1) The genre of your piece (fiction, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, etc. etc.)
2) First and last name
3) Degree and/or progress in school (if applicable)
4) What do you do for a living/dream of doing after you graduate?
5) Other publications (if applicable)




Jacquelyn Phillips, Editor-in-Chief
pacific REVIEW
Dept. of English and Comparative Literature
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Dr. | MC6020
San Diego, CA

If you have any further questions, need inspiration, or want to be updated frequently on the status of the journal, please follow pacificREVIEW on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pacREV

Last Year's Special Issue: URBAN MYTHOS 2013

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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.

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Dept. of English and Comparative Literature
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Dr. | MC6020
San Diego, CA



pacificREVIEW, a West Coast Arts Review Literary Annual published by San Diego State University students in conjunction with San Diego State University Press, is currently accepting submissions for the 2010-2011 issue entitled “Revolt.”

In this turbulent time, one can’t help but hear those buzz words over and over again . . . “economic crisis,” “recession,” “Paris Hilton stock index” . . . At pacificREVIEW, we are well aware of the plight of the “little people,” those who just can’t seem to cut a break in this Comfortable-American-eats-the-economically-smaller-American world.  Low-wage makers are forced to suffer through-- and are expected to receive-- piteous means for laborious efforts.

But who says we have to put up with this?  pacificREVIEW says REVOLT.  We want to hear about your fight against it all, physically, spiritually, morally or any other______ly you can provide!

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.  The submission deadline is 01.01.11. 

Please direct any questions to pacificreview_sdsu [at] yahoo [dot] com

Submissions will be accepted in hard copy only. Send to:

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

Simultaneous submissions will not be accepted.





pacific REVIEW, a West Coast Arts Review literary Annual, published by San Diego State University undergrads in conjunction with San Diego State University Press, is currently accepting submissions for the 2009-2010 issue entitled “BANKRUPTURE”.  Short stories, flash fiction, creative non-fiction pieces, poetry, graphic narrative, illustrations, and photography touching on the theme of “cashing out and starting over” are encouraged. How does the individual or social body construct identity and meaning out of personal or collective financial, moral, and/or spiritual ruin? How does one re-invest in the re-creation and/or reconstruction of political, social, and religious institutions in times of bankruptcy? 

pacific REVIEW editors are excited to receive submissions in the interest of creating a textual and visual artifact out of the ruins of rupture.

UPDATED Submission deadline is March 1, 2010. Word count is 3,000 words.

Please also enclose a self-addressed envelope. All submissions must be sent to:

Joseph Robinson Borland
josephborland AT ymail DOT com
Editor-in-Chief, pacific REVIEW
Dept. of English and Comparative Literature
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Dr., MC6020
San Diego, CA 92182-6020

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Our 2008-09 issue!
order direct via LULU.COM--note, this link takes you OUTSIDE the hermetically-sealed, safe domain of sdsu.edu! hit the cover and teleport away.....

OLD call for submissions!
now over! don't submit till our new call appears, fall 2009!

2008-2009 Call for Submissions
pacificREVIEW is now accepting submissions in all genres for its 2008-2009 issue.  Send us your best work: fiction, poetry, non-fiction (essays, reviews), photography and art.
We look forward to reading your work.

Address it to:
pacifcREVIEW (genre, i.e. fiction, poetry)
San Diego State University
Dept. of English & Comp Lit
Arts & Letters 226
San Diego, CA  92182-6020
The deadline for submissions is May 1st, 2008.
All the best, and happy writing,
Lester O’Connor, fiction editor
Chrissy Rikkers, poetry editor


pacificREVIEW welcomes submissions of previously unpublished poems, short stories, translations, and creative non-fiction, including essays and reviews.  We also accept submissions for art and cover art.
Submissions should be directed to the appropriate editor (Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction, or Art) at:
pacificREVIEW (indicate genre)
San Diego State University
Dept. of English & Comp Lit
Arts & Letters 226
San Diego, CA  92182-6020
Fiction & other prose:  Mail submissions to the address above, Attention: Lester O’Connor, Fiction Editor.  Submissions should be typed on white, 8 1/2” x 11” paper. The title page should include the word count (no more 20 pages), as well as the author’s name and contact information.
Poetry:  Mail 3-5 poems to the address above, Attention: Chrissy Rikkers, Poetry Editor.  Submissions should be typed on white, 8 1/2” x 11” paper, and include the author’s name and contact information.
Translations: If submitting a translation, please include the original poems in the original language you are translating from, and be sure that you have acquired the rights from that author.
Art:  Mail up to 5 works of photography/art – any style – attention: Art Editor. Image files should be sent to us via email as attachments: 300dpi jpgs or tiff files.
Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE) for notification.  Manuscripts will not be returned. If you would like to be notified by email instead, please indicate clearly an email address where we can contact you (and skip the SASE).
Simultaneous submissions are acceptable, but please notify us immediately if the work you’ve sent us has been accepted elsewhere.
We do NOT accept electronic submissions.
** Deadline for all submissions is May 1st, 2008 **

breaking news about a talented pacREV Author!!!

> Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2008 14:57:44 -0600
> From: "Erin Pringle"
> Subject: Good News--The Floating Order
> Dear Jenny and pacificReview:
> I'm writing to share the good news that my book _The Floating Order_
> has been accepted for publication by a small, new
> press called Interbirth Books At the latest, the book
> will be released (at the latest) May '09 at first as
> a short run of hand-bound, hardback books and then into softcover.
> "Drift" is one of the stories in the book, and of
> course, I'll list pacificREVIEW in the
> acknowledgments page.  Again, thank you for enjoying
> my story and the encouragement created by liking my work.
> Cheers, Erin Pringle  www.myspace.com/erinpringle


now available!!!!
...the 2007-2008 "polaroid" issue of pacific REVIEW!!! Edited by Jenny Minniti-Shippey, Joe Kane, and Reggie Hui!!!!

Featuring the following works and artists!

Editor’s Note                Jenny Minniti- Shippey    7

Traduttore, Traditore            Peter Moore        8

Transubstatiation                Roy Seeger          9

Little Red Riding Hood through the eye        Kristin Abraham        11

SomePlace Like This
Gunshot Wedding                Lorene Delaney- Ullman    12

When Mary Gets Shot in the Head        Francine Witte        13

Marinara                    Scott Wiggerman        14

Etymology                Carrie J. Boden        15

Untitled                    Jackie Young        17

Drift                    Erin Pringle        18


How to Fall in Love                Erin Elizabeth Smith        24

2007 Brushfire Award                        26

Dar a Luz                    Paula Brancato        27

2007 Brushfire Award Honorable Mention                    43

Three Poems                John Estes        44

Three Poems                Christopher Kennedy    51

The Bull                    Bill Teitelbaum        55

Look                    Toni and Zoe        57

Oakland Hills, 1991
The Wheel                Roy Kesey            58

After Reading Fennelly’s Open House   
Maryland                    Brandi Homan        59

Homes                    Tracy Burkholder        61

Home                    Louis E. Bourgeois        67

after                    Andrena Zawinski        68

In the Altogether                William Bert            69
Anonymous                Jim Lucio                77

Medusa                    Emily Tallman        78

Durio Zibethinus                Julie R. Enzer        79

After “The Death of Chatterton”        Karen Schubert        80
Warhol’s Shoes                Courtney Yip        81

eleven o’clock a.m., two years later
Like Trees Are Supposed To            Lindsay D’Andrea        82

Metaphoric                Jay Rubin            88

Magnolia                    Carine Topal        89
Closed                    Courtney Yip        90

San Francisco Poems            Thomas D. Drescher        91

Offloading the Wounded            Jeffrey Alfier        92

Frankie                    William Knorr        93
Skylight                    Carol Carpenter        97

The Hope to Forget                Amanda Rachel Warren    98

Review: Shake by Joshua Beckman        Brian Morrison        100

20 Questions with Allan Gurganus                    102

!!2007 Brushfire award winner announced!!

new call for submissions!

pacificREVIEW 2008-2009
…a literary journal featuring original poetry, fiction, photography, art, translations, essays, non-fiction, and other provocative treats.

…new, famous, and infamous writers welcome.

Guidelines for submission before the April 1, 2008 deadline:
-No previously published works.
-Fiction/Essays/Non-Fiction, etc.: 20 pages or fewer.  
-Poetry: 5 poems max—any style, any length
-Photography/Art: 5 works, any style
-Translations: Include the original work in its original language. Be sure you have the rights from the author/publisher before you submit your translation(s). We prefer if said original work is in the public domain.

What to include:
-a self-addressed stamped envelope
-a cover page with name, contact info, and titles of work
-enclose a paragraph-length bio with your work as SEPARATE DOCUMENT from your submissions.
-image files should be sent to us as 300dpi jpgs or tiff files attached to an email.

Send us your best, and we’ll give it our undivided attention.

Address it like this:

Chrissy Rikkers and Lester O'Connor
pacificREVIEW 2008-2009

Department of English & Comparative Literature 
San Diego State University 
5500 Campanile Dr. 
San Diego, CA 92182-6020

Now available!!!!! The brand new 2006-2007 NOSTALGIA: VERBAL AND VISUAL relic issue of pacific REVIEW: A West Coast Arts Review Annual, edited by Kristin Clough is now published and available for use in undergraduate courses, writing workshop seminars, and to the general public.  It's the largest issue of pacific REVIEW ever published with over 225 pages of poetry, stories, art, photography, and more.  Order it now from our secure servers at 
lulu.com. You can sneak a peek at our contributors and the first few pages of the issue here.  You can see a view of the wraparound cover spread here.

Rebecca Tillett, model and
                                      photographer for this nifty
                                      pacific review cover!

pacific REVIEW 2005-2006, the OMNIVORE special issue edited by Leon Lanzbom and only a tad late is NOW available by following this link--do note that this link takes you outside the sdsu.edu domain, but know as well that your trip will be secure, safe, and without a hint of trouble!

The cover features the work of Rebecca Tillett, a rising star in the world of indy photography!  More on Tillett's work is available by taking that mouse of yours and clicking here!

Click here for the issue's table of contents! Click here for some notes on our local and international contributors.
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A West Coast Arts Review Annual 
Four Decades of Literary Experimentation at SDSU

pacific REVIEW has published high-quality fiction, poetry, essays, and artwork since 1972. Past issues boast the literary talent of Carolyn Forché, Claribel Alegria, Raymond Federman, Ernesto Cardenal, Robert Coover, Susan Daitch, Steve Kowit, Daniel Halpern, and Jorge Luis Borges, to name a few.Akin to other university-based, literary initiatives (Long River Review, at the University of Connecticut, Storrs; Ploughshares, at Emerson College; and The Sycamore Review, at Purdue University), pacific REVIEW showcases the work of emergent literati, pairing their efforts with the work of established artists. A back issue, pacific REVIEW 2003, will soon be back in print. It features works that explore identity in the context of West Coast/California culture. Guest contributors include Ai, Alurista, , Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Oliver Mayer,  and William T. Vollmann. 

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2007 Events Archive

2007 Brushfire Award
a chapbook competition

$1000 prize & publication of the winning chapbook in pacific REVIEW's  Spring 2007 issue

Judged by
Ilya Kaminsky

$15 reading fee SASE; cover page with name, contact information and title of chapbook; up to 15 pages; previously published poems within the chapbook are acceptable as long as the author has retained her or his publication rights!


c/o Dept. English & Comparative Literature
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Dr.  San Diego, CA 92182-6020 
2005 Events Archive

Reading at D.G. Wills!

Collette LaBouf Atkinson, Brandi Bell, Estela Eaton, Guillermo Nericcio Garcia, Cassandra Gonzalez, Sandra Hunter, Maggie Jaffe and Leon Lanzbom will be performing at D.G. Wills Books on December 10th, 7pm, to commemorate the Decay and Decadence issue of pacificREVIEW.

pacificREVIEW has published high-quality fiction, poetry, essays, and artwork since 1972. The journal showcases the work of emergent literati, pairing their efforts with the work of established artists. After the nineteenth century Decay and Decadence movement, this issue further explores the role of decadence in art as a progressive reflection of decay in society. Like funhouse mirrors inverting the relationship between inflator and inflated, the works presented in this issue foreground the cataclysmic and much anticipated demise of the artist against the summits of aestheticism, hence fashioning her after the herculean strength and vulnerability of her subject.

D.G. Wills Books, La Jolla's most decadent collection of new and scholarly books and home of the La Jolla Cultural Society, is located at 7461 Girard Avenue, La Jolla Ca. 92037 (858) 456-1800.

More information is available on their website: www.dgwillsbooks.com This event is free and open to the public. 

Congratulations to a cool, new vibrant literary journal edited by our superstud former editor, Jonathan Speight!  CRATE!  Click here, or the cover opposite, for more info.

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