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April 2022 • San Antonio Review
Published on April 29, 2022 by William Pate
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2021 Accomplishments & Top Ten Reads
Published on January 21, 2022 by William Pate
Watch this short video marking San Antonio Review's small successes last year Check out the most read content on sareview.org in 2021 here. ·
Air Your Grievance(s) · If you’re anything like me, you likely air your grievances almost as quickly as they arise, leaving little with which to celebrate around the...
Friends, As tomorrow is my 41st birthday, I invite you to contribute to San Antonio Review rather than send me the l...
Donations are now tax-deductible!
Published on October 13, 2021 by William Pate
Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Friends, As we slowly return from hiatus, we're happy to share that your donations to San Antonio Review are now tax-de...
Monday, September 20, 2021 Monday, September 27, 2021 Entanglees, We gave your inbox a break over August while we, depending on the collective member and without naming names, traveled, translated, procrastinated, edited, broke, neglected,...
Now available from SAR Press: Alex Z. Salinas' debut short fiction collection, City Lights From the Upside Down. ...
Friends, Having spent somewhere around twenty years working and living in various ways intended to positively impact my local community and neighbors, I think my feelings of disappointment by the failure of...
Texas' international literary, arts and ideas journal since 2017. Thursday, July 15, 2021 Friends, Alongside our work readying ...
International literary, arts and ideas journal. Thursday, May 6, 2020 Friends, Austin is one of a number of cities Reimaginin...
Friends, Big news around these parts beyond the cascading infrastructure failures caused by irresponsible leadership in the face of climate change includes the winning of a considerable grant to sustain ...
SAR Press Releases Mel Bay's Book of the DeadFirst Short Story Collection by Austin Musician and Poet Harold Whit Williams AUSTIN — SAR Press is proud, pleased and a little tickled to announce the publication of...
Note on my personal "donation"
Published on January 9, 2021 by William Pate
$$$ but not reallyJust a quick note about the $6,000 "donation" I recently made: It isn't a real donation. It's just a placeholder representing roughly what I spent in 2020 on San Antonio Review. I'm just noting it here and loading...
SAR IV Available!San Antonio Review (Volume IV, Fall 2020) is officially available for purchase from online and brick-and-mortar retailers (as well as directly from the publisher at...
Back on OpenCollective
Published on December 26, 2020 by William Pate
OpenCollective has changed its policy and we're back!
Hello, friends!San Antonio Review has now moved our main contributions platform to the better-known-among-artists-and-creators Patreon now that our previous platform is cha...
Help Us Print Issue 3!
Published on December 5, 2019 by William Pate
Launched in 2017, the San Antonio Review publishes poetry, fiction, art, essays and more twice a week online at www.sa-...
Get ready for Issue 3!
Published on December 5, 2019 by William Pate
We're getting issue three prepared for printing and need help with printing costs (we haven't recouped the costs of issue two's print run yet). Please donate at Open Collective or via our