ASU Julie Amparano

 

Canyon Voices Literary & Art magazine is an online journal dedicated to shedding light on the works of emerging and established writers and artists. Founded in the spring of 2010 at Arizona State University’s West campus by six students and one professor, Julie Amparano García, this journal strives to bring the creativity of writers and artists to light within the community and beyond. Supported the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies at ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Canyon Voices accepts writing and artwork from writers and artists from all corners of our planet and from all walks of life. 

The work of maintaining and producing this magazine is entirely student driven. Since its formation, Canyon Voices has expanded into a full credit, hands-on class. Students build a full literary journal each semester, heading every aspect of production, including soliciting submissions, editing, marketing, design and layout, and publication. We publish two issues a year in the fall and spring and strive to bring you an eclectic range of voices each semester.

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