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Hispanic Culture Review
A Literary Journal of the Hispanic World

Hispanic Culture Review is a 25-year-old bilingual scholarly journal that publishes narratives (fiction and nonfiction,) essays, poetry, drama, and visual art related to the Hispanic world at George Mason University. The journal covers a variety of topics related to the world of Hispanic culture and literature, including but not limited to social issues and their reflection in literature, multiculturalism and immigration, cultural productions of Latinos in the U.S. and identity politics, literature of Latin America and Spain, personal testimonies and book reviews.

We are currently accepting submissions for our 2014-2015 issue and we are happy to announce our First Hispanic Culture Review Award Competition. We welcome writers and graphic artists to submit their work.

First Hispanic Culture Review Award Competition

The aim of the First Hispanic Culture Review Award Competition is to encourage writers and artists to submit original and finely crafted works that reflect creative interpretations of the Hispanic world and its culture.

Up to three winning submissions will be selected. Winners will be published in a special section of our journal, and each will receive: $100 cash prize, and a diploma.

Winners will be announced in via e-mail, Facebook: Hispanic Culture Review GMU, and in our blog. Prizes will be presented at GMU’s Modern and Classical Languages Award Ceremony in May, 2015.

The selected contributions will be published in the printed and online version of HCR in April 2015. HCR reserves the right to publish submissions exclusively on its website.
We will be glad to answer your questions at: hcr@gmu.edu
Sincerely,

The Editors,
Hispanic Culture Review

Deadline: February 15, 2015.

Latest edition available in blog

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The editorial team of Hispanic Culture Review is pleased to announce that the contributions of the journal’s latest printed edition are now available in this blog.
The Fall 2010-Spring 2011 printed volume of the bilingual journal is still available in George Mason University’s (GMU) Student Media office. The academic magazine is free for GMU’s students. Readers can purchase the journal for $7 by writing to hcr@gmu.edu or hcr.gmu@gmail.com.
Subscriptions orders can also be addressed to:
Hispanic Culture Review
Student Media Office
The Hub, Room 1232
4400 University Dr., MS 2C5
Fairfax, Virginia 22030

New volume available!

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The editorial team of Hispanic Culture Review is pleased to announce that the Fall 2010-Spring 2011 volume of the bilingual journal is available starting today in George Mason University’s (GMU) Student Media office. The academic magazine is free for GMU’s students. Readers can purchase the journal for $7 by writing to hcr@gmu.edu or hcr.gmu@gmail.com.
Subscriptions orders can also be addressed to:
Hispanic Culture Review
Student Media Office
The Hub, Room 1232
4400 University Dr., MS 2C5
Fairfax, Virginia  22030

We want to thank all the authors that contributed with a variety of poems and essays for the celebration of our twentieth anniversary.

The Fall 2010-Spring 2011 volume features:

POETRY

Homenaje a niños uruguayos
Ana M. Alvarado Hernández
George Mason University, Virginia

Rodrigo y Carmen G. quemados vivos
Ana M. Alvarado Hernández
George Mason University, Virginia

LAbor
Daniel Aristi
Belgium

1968
Melissa Castillo-Garsow
Fordham University, New York

De la simple existencia
Pedro Gandía
Spain

Poiesis
Pedro Gandía
Spain

Too late to contemplate rebirth
Paula Hayes Vasquez
Strayer University, Tennessee

Encontrémonos
Gilberto Hernández
Portugal

El grito
Matilde Humar Brezauscek
Chile

Segunda Carta a Eugenio María de Hostos
Mayra Vargas-Rodríguez
University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras

NARRATIVE

The last of the great wetback poets
Fernando A. Flores
Texas

ESSAYS

Expresiones de la marginalidad: de las novelas picarescas a
Barrio de Fernando León de Aranoa

Mónica Camazón Mediavilla
George Mason University, Virginia

El sujeto fronterizo en La frontera de cristal de Carlos
Fuentes

Miguel Santos González
George Mason University, Virginia

Paradigmas del “performance” gastronómico en “Marina y
su olor” de Mayra Santos-Febres

María Inés Ortiz Medina
University of Cincinnati, Ohio


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