Hispanic Culture Review bridges the communication gaps within Hispanic culture, creating a vivid web of knowledge across the Mason campus and beyond. Hispanic Culture Review strengthens the links that join Spanish-speaking people across the world.
Hispanic Culture Review publishes creative writing, book reviews, narratives, and essays in both Spanish and English. The work it publishes discusses the culture, language, or literature of Spanish-speaking countries while maintaining high standards of form.
Hispanic Culture Review publishes annually. Submission guidelines are available through the links provided.
- Hispanic Culture Review accepts manuscripts written in either Spanish or Enlgish that relate to the culture, literature, art, or language of the countries where the Spanish language is spoken. The journal accepts essays, interviews, short fiction, poetry, drama and visual art.
All contributions should include the author's name, address, and phone number as well as an e-mail address if available. All work should be sent either on a disk in Word of Word Perfect, or as an e-mail attachment.
Submissions can to sent to:
Hispanic Culture Review
George Mason University
Modern & Classical Languages
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030-44444
For complete submission guidelines, check the Hispanic Culture Review website at hispanicculturereview.onmason.com.
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Get Your Copy
Copies of Hispanic Culture Review are free to George Mason University students. Other readers can purchase a copy for $7. Stop by the Office of Student Media in the Hub (SUB II), Room 1201 to pick up your copy.
Subscription requests should be made to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Current editions can also be accessed online at hispanicculturereview.onmason.com.