Fourteen Hills 15.1

I got my contributor copies in the mail this week. It looks like this:

It’s a great issue to be in. Some strong fiction. One thing that sets Fourteen Hills apart is their full-color art centers. It’s a nice touch that makes a literary magazine more of a magazine and less an academic artifact. Not that they have any danger getting mistaken for stuffy. This issue’s got a cross-dressing drunk striking poses, an abortion/damnation fantasy, sex, death, and a Barthleme nod.

People:

artwork

Truong Tran, Harry Wilson

creative nonfiction

Michael McAllister

fiction

Jeff O’Keefe, Louise Aronson, Scott D Pomfret, Gabe Durham, Elizabeth Chase, Brian Ralph Short, Dustin Lincoln Wells

poetry

Seth Abramson, Stephanie Pyle, Cynthia Marie Hoffma, Monica Berlin, Meg Franklin, Frank Giampietro, Susan Lewis, Jennifer Moore, Barbara Nightingale, Michael Ogletree, Kim Parko, Craig Santos Perez, Barbara Jane Reyes, Elizabeth Robinson, Andrew Sage, Allison Tobey

To order the issue, fill out this Order Form then mail it to:

Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review
+ Department of Creative Writing
+ San Francisco State University
+ 1600 Holloway Avenue
+ San Francisco, CA 94132-1722
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5 thoughts on “Fourteen Hills 15.1

  1. jendurfo says:

    Awesome! I’ll order mine tomorrow. The cover is so pretty, it must be a good journal.

  2. I’m glad you liked the art. It’s the visual art of the poet/teach Truong Tran. The cover image didn’t duplicate as clearly as we’d hoped, but you can see it on Tran’s art website here: http://gnourtnart.com/home.html

  3. Hey Gabe,

    I wanted to say thanks for submitting and promoting 14 Hills on your blog. I really liked your story in the magazine, and I was one of the six or seven of us that unanimously wanted it in the mag!

    Cheers

    Daniel Lichtenberg
    14 Hills Promotions Director
    14hills.net

  4. Gabe says:

    Matthew:
    Thanks for the links. I like her four letter words piece, but you’re right, it’s a little clearer on the web.

    Daniel:
    It’s a honor to be in there, even more so when I picture a council deliberating, possibly in a bunker, giving me more ayes than nays.

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