Literary Magazines

Our students publish two literary journals: Fourteen Hills and Transfer.

Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review , published by SFSU Creative Writing graduate students, an international literary journal with a national circulation, had its first issue in fall, l994. It is open to all writers to submit, for more information please follow the link to

Transfer Magazine, is an SFSU undergraduate run student literary magazine which has been published at San Francisco State University since l956. The magazine only publishes work by currently enrolled students at SFSU. To submit a writing sample, please follow the guidelines here;

New American Writing, edited by Paul Hoover, is affiliated with the department and partially funded by donations made to the College of Liberal & Creative Arts. Now in its 53rd issue (30 issues as NAW), it was founded in 1971 as OINK! Magazine. It publishes international, national and local poets and prose writers including occasional contributions from faculty and students of the SFSU Creative Writing program. New American Writing is on facebook!