Star 82 Review is an art and literature, online and print magazine that highlights words and images in gemlike forms. Each issue features flash fiction, creative nonfiction, erasure texts, narrative art, postcard lit and poetic storytelling featuring subtle humor, humility and humanity, the strange and the familiar, and hope.
Star 82 is the code needed to unblock one's phone number. Tell us who you are. Someone will answer.
Star 82 Review was founded in 2012 by Alisa Golden, then senior adjunct professor in the Printmaking Program at California College of the Arts, currently teaching letterpress in the MFA Writing Program. She has been making books since 1983 under the imprint never mind the press. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. You can find her book art, art quilts, and links to her writing and blog at www.neverbook.com.
Star 82 Review nominates to Best of the Net (academic calendar issues: Sept/Dec/March/June) and Pushcart Prize (March/June/Sept/Dec). Nominees are posted on the Facebook page.
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Editor Interviews at:
Duotrope (Sept. 18, 2013)
Fourteen Hills blog (May 4, 2013)
Billie Bell Book Arts and Gallery blog (March 23, 2014)
Six Questions For… blog (May 2, 2014)
Poets & Writers
Everyday Fiction Flash Markets
Louie Clay's "Poetry Publishers Willing to Receive Submissions Electronically"
List of contributors to *82 Review may be found here.
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1.4 (a haunting story)
2.1 (language equality)
2.2 (art: what happened and what mattered)
2.3 (books and visual arts)
2.4 (think about the sound of what is real)
3.1 (the mouthpiece of justice and fairness)
3.2 (In offbeat corners)
3.3 (comedy is more like a neighborhood)
3.4 (art looks for edge to evolve)
4.1 (curiosity is that impulse of desire)
4.3 (heartless issues are weakest because they are mock anchors)
4.4 (bright sky showed impact)
5.1 (suggested walls of faces)
5.2 (curiosity turned out to be a library of collectors)
5.3 IN PROGRESS (splintered search for a renamed audience; ear to the ground)