WALL Literary Journal

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WALL Literary Journal  
WALL
Discipline Literary journal
Language English
Edited by Matthew Durham
Publication details
Publisher
Saddleback College (United States)
Publication history
2000–present
Frequency Annually
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Wall Literary Journal is an annually published literary magazine founded in 2000 featuring selected works from Saddleback College students.[1] It publishes short stories, poetry, essays, photography, and artwork. A printed copy of the journal circulates on campus at the start of Saddleback's Fall Semester. Unlike many other college and university literary journals, WALL only accepts submissions from students currently enrolled at Saddleback College. Staff members consist of Saddleback College students and are responsible for publicity, reviewing and selecting student submissions, layout and design, proofing, and copy editing.

Awards and acclaim[edit]

2014

  • Pacific-Western Division Literary Competition (sponsored by the Community College Humanities Association)
    • Second Place awarded to "Experimentation" by Sterling Arthur Leva
    • Second Place awarded to "Good Habits" by Ellen Rose

2013

  • American Scholastic Press Association
    • First Place among campus literary magazines[2]

2012

  • American Scholastic Press Association
    • First Place among campus literary magazines[3]

“One of the Best New Literary Magazines in the nation” – The Community College Humanities Association, 2001[4]

Cover of WALL's award winning 2012 edition

Masthead[edit]

The WALL staff is broken down into five committees: Short Story, Poetry, Essay, Art, and Publicity. Each committee, excluding Publicity, is headed by an editor. All staff members are managed by the Editor-in-Chief and Faculty Advisor (a professor at Saddleback College).

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