fbtwitdrss               

"I love Fourteen Hills. If there were more journals like this we could save the world."

-Stephen Elliott, author of The Adderral Diaries

"Blends the traditional academic litmag with experimental writing in a slick, well-produced journal."

 

-Todd Dayton, MetroACTIVE

"Smart, quirky, literate, every piece in this journal gives the reader a juicy nugget to sink their teeth into, and something meaty that sticks to the mind's ribs."

-David Henry Sterry, Author of Master of Ceremonies and New York Times Bestseller Chicken

"Beautifully designed, impeccably edited, Fourteen Hills is one of those handful of literary journals doing the important work of keeping American writing alive and new."

-George Saunders

"That Fourteen Hills is able to consistently put together books full of quality and grace always astonishes me."

-Stephen Elliott

"Fourteen Hills is something of a collage itself, boasting a variety of talented writers from San Francisco and from around the world."

- Jennifer Gommol, NewPages.com

"Much of the poetry of Fourteen Hills is written in the finest tradition of San Francisco's language poets, wrestling with theory while traveling the depths of idealism and despair."

-Mary McMillan, Poet Laureate of Lake County, California - Author of This Wanting

"Fourteen Hills might just as aptly be titled 'Fourteen Styles,' such a broad spectrum of approaches to narrative and poetics does it present."

-Mark Cunningham, NewPages.com

Fourteen Hills 22.1 Cover

Fourteen Hills Vol. 22.1

Cover Art "Equal," by Amy Guidry Featuring the Gina Berriault Award Winner Alexai Galaviz-Budziszewski Poetry + Fiction + Drama + Cross-Genre + Art Giada Cattaneo, Michael Chaney, Paul Clipson, Jonathan Duckworth, Patrick Faulkner, Malisa Garlieb, Amy Guidry, Michael Homolka, Gentris L. Jointe, Erin Jones, Mark Lamoureux, Raina Leon, Dave Martin, Patrick Milian, Ivan de Monbrison, Jeanne Morel, Nick Mullins, Chris Pusateri, Garrett Quinn, Ariella Robinson, Ian Sherman-Youngblood, Sarah Sousa,...

On Fear

When I began writing “Terrorphobia”, it was four days after the bombing of the Boston marathon. I was living abroad and tuning in to live updates online about the police hunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. This was before they found him in the backyard boat...

 

FOURTEEN HILLS
 

The SFSU Review is a journal committed to publishing contemporary literary art.
 

Current Issue

Back Issues

 


 

2015 BAMBI HOLMES
AWARD WINNER:
ASHLEY NELSON LEVY
"ON FEAR"

Details

 

 

FOURTEEN HILLS PRESS
MICHAEL RUBIN BOOK AWARD
 

A contest open to students of San Francisco State University.

 

Current Winner

Previous Winners