SMC’s national literary arts journal, published twice yearly, showcases the works of established authors alongside emerging writers. Founded by novelist and SMC English instructor Jim Krusoe (Blood Lake, Toward You), the Review has presented readers experimental, thoughtful, and funny works of fiction and nonfiction—including essays and short stories by Gary Amdahl, Michelle Latiolais, and Diane Lefer—during more than 20 years of publication, and is considered a leading West Coast journal. Recent work has been selected for the annual Best American Short Stories and PEN/O. Henry anthologies.
Santa Monica Review is sold at the SMR website
(www.smc.edu/sm_review), SMC Bookstore, Beyond Baroque and Small World Books in Venice, and other local booksellers. Copies may also be ordered by mail and subscription. For more information, visit our website (www.smc.edu/sm_review).
Santa Monica Review | $7/issue
| $12/year subscription