Porter Gulch Review by Ayo Khensu-Ra Porter Gulch Review is a literary journal out of Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz County. Like Forum and other college-based literary magazines it is assembled by students. It features poetry and fiction, drama, critiques/reviews interspersed with photographs and other forms of visual art. The magazine is mostly black and …

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Raymond Carver: Treading on Sacred Ground by Evan Jones I grew up reading the stories of Raymond Carver. I have my mother to thank for the introduction and my own good sense to thank for aiding me in maintaining the relationship. I loved the “real life” subject matter and blue-collar characters of carver’s stories, stories …

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Living The Dream by Kwame Opoku-Duku About a year and a half ago, CCSF student April Martin Chartrand decided that she needed to leave a legacy.  She had been sharing her poetry among friends and co-workers and getting positive responses, especially considering she’d essentially never taken an English class that wasn’t absolutely required for her …

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Switchback, University of San Francisco's Literary Magazine by Cara Baker Switchback is a literary magazine published by the graduate students of the USF MFA program. Their website is well put together, my favorite being their links page which connects their readership with other literary magazines, affordable web design companies and literary venues. Definitely check out …

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If You Like Us You Might Also Like… By Sean Hewitt-Mallet Do you like the type of work that Forum is doing? Would you like to pursue your literary reading or writing beyond the hallowed gates of the college community? Then may I suggest that you check out the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses …

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