Now available: San Antonio Review (Volume V | Summer 2021)
Published on September 27, 2021 by William Pate
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 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, gave up, fought, relented, persisted and finally collaborated (among other things) in finishing the print edition we promised. (Fortunately, only one person has preordered (thanks, Bruce!), so we don't owe most of you anything.) Ingram notified us this morning that SAR is now available for purchase.  

Alongside this issue of San Antonio Review, we also put the finishing touches on our second SAR Press release, City Lights From the Upside Down, former SAR poetry editor Alex Z. Salinas' debut collection of short fiction.

As always, if you aren't ordering directly from us, we encourage you to shop for literature at your local independent booksellers (find one in your neighborhood) or our shop on Bookshop.org.

Yours,


William O. Pate II
Founding Editor & Publisher
San Antonio Review
sareview.org

Read excerpts from City Lights From the Upside Down by Alex Z. Salinas.

Read an excerpt from Mel Bay's Book of the Dead by Harold Whit Williams.


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William Pate

Posted on November 4, 2021

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