san antonio review

international literary, arts and ideas journal

San Antonio Review publishes original essays, poetry, art, reviews, theory and other work twice a week on its website. Print issues are published twice a year. Founded in San Antonio in 2017, SAR is based in Austin, Texas.

San Antonio Review is devoted to serving as a gathering space outside academia, the market and government for writers, artists, scholars, activists, workers, students, parents and others to express their perspectives and reflections on our shared world and help develop visions of our collective future. Funded by its publisher’s income from his day jobs, donations and the sale of print editions and other materials and led and maintained by an all-volunteer editorial collective, SAR is not beholden to any institution, organization or ideology.

SAR is a seed.

Editorial Collective

San Antonio Review is brought to you by

Ashley Sommer Lange, Prose Editor, Cumbernauld, Scotland, UK
Gianna Sannipoli, Poetry Editor, Brno, South Moravian Region, Czechia +
Peter Berard, Book Review Editor, Watertown, Mass., USA +
William O. Pate II, Founding Editor & Publisher, Austin, Texas, USA +

San Antonio Review is led by an all-volunteer editorial collective. If you’d like to share in our labor, email

Catalog Information


ISSN 2692-0565 (print)
ISSN 2692-0611 (online)

Volume IV | Fall 2020, 9781736177907
Volume III | Summer 2020, 9780578686455
Issue 2 | Winter 2019, 9781087800929
Issue 1 | Fall 2017, 9781549852367

Open Access Policy

San Antonio Review is an open access journal, which means all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

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