Hispanic Culture Review

Hispanic Culture Review publishes one print issue each spring. Pick up a copy in the Student Media office or read the latest edition online.


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Hispanic Culture Review is George Mason University’s bilingual literary journal that publishes original poetry, essays, narratives, book reviews, photography, and visual art in both Spanish and English. Celebrating more than 25 years of excellence, Hispanic Culture Review seeks to bridge communication gaps and strengthen cultural bonds between English- and Spanish-speaking peoples by publishing original works from around the world.

Hispanic Culture Review’s mission is to promote diversity and multiculturalism by highlighting contributions from the individuals, communities, and institutions involved in the creation and diffusion of Hispanic culture in the United States, Latin America, and other nations where Spanish is spoken. Recent publications have included works by Mason students, faculty, and alumni in addition to writing and artwork from Spain, Ecuador, Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, Peru, the United States, and more.

Contact Hispanic Culture Review:
(703) 993-2904
The Hub Suite 1201 (lower level next to Mail Services)

Hispanic Culture Review
The Hub Suite 1201, MS 2C5
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030

Fall 2024 Staff:

Valeria Veliz-Vargas
(703) 993-3408

Headshot Placeholder Image_0716Jason Hartsel
Faculty Advisor
(703) 993-3408

Headshot Placeholder Image_0716Carla Burns
Faculty Advisor

Click here to see the full staff contact list on hcr.gmu.edu >