Canyon Voices is an online literary magazine that features the works of emerging writers and artists. Founded in spring 2010, Canyon Voices is supported by students and faculty of the School of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies at ASU’s New College.
Accepting writing and artwork from undergraduates, graduates, faculty and the community, Canyon Voices seeks to publish works that engender thought and enrich the discourse around language, style, culture and gender.
The student-driven online journal is published twice a year. Read the latest issue below Issue 21 - Spring 2020 (issue to re-published soon)
Julie Amparano is the founder, publisher, and advisor of the Canyon Voices Literary team. Serving in the School of Humanity Arts and Cultural Studies at ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Prof. Amparano oversees the school's Writing Certificate and teaches a variety of writing courses that include scriptwriting, cross-cultural writing, fiction, persuasive writing, and others. She received her M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Antioch University in Los Angeles in 2006 and is working on a collection of short stories.
To submit your work, please send it to CanyonVoicesLitMag@gmail.com. Be sure to attach all the work you wish to submit to the e-mail. You may include an author biography and a photo, which will be included on your page should your work be chosen for publication. Because we are affiliated with Arizona State University, we uphold academic standards. If your work is accepted we reserve the right to make minor superficial changes (ie: grammar, punctuation, etc.). You will be contacted should your work require more than basic edits. We accept simultaneous submissions.
Questions, comments, feedback? We would like to hear from you. You may contact us via e-mail at: CanyonVoicesLitMag@gmail.com
You can also visit Canyon Voices on Facebook
Canyon Voices Literary Magazine
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 37100
Phoenix, AZ 85069-7100