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Each academic year The Bayou Review recruits students interested in creative writing and the visual arts as editors. The staff includes a general editor and three genre editors (poetry, prose, and visual media). The magazine also welcomes the participaton of students wishing to gain knowledge of literary magazine production while earning internship credit.
The Fall 2014 Bayou Review general editor is Karen Marquez. The genre editor for fiction and creative nonfiction is Daniel Cervantes. The genre editor for poetry is Annabella Gutierrez. The genre editor for literary translation is Isabel Veloz. All editors will be reviewing visual media submissions. Interns with the magazine this fall are: Isabel Almaguer, Cassandra Cavazos, LaCrecia Hinton, Naveela Maredia, David Martinez, and Sarah May. Dr. Robin Davidson serves as the magazine's faculty advisor.
If you are interested in serving as an intern with the magazine, or you would like to apply to serve as a genre editor or the magazine's general editor in a future semester, please contact Dr. Davidson via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or office phone at (713) 221-2716.
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