Tag: Hispanic Culture Review

New call for papers

This year Hispanic Culture Review (HCR) commemorates 20 years of publication! The academic magazine will publish original and unpublished pieces related to the celebration of Hispanic heritage. HCR features essays, brief narratives, visual art, and poetry in both English and Spanish. For more information, visit the Call for papers section of our blog.

Latest edition available

The editorial team of Hispanic Culture Review is pleased to announce that the contributions of the journal’s latest printed edition are now available in this blog. We hope that you enjoy a variety of works that represent the multiple facets of Hispanic culture, but that also crosses all borders.

Welcome to Hispanic Culture Review

¡Bienvenidos! Hispanic Culture Review is a bilingual journal published yearly by students of George Mason University that embraces the multiple facets of Hispanic culture. HCR’s latest edition presents a variety of poems, narratives, essays, and photographs that crosses all borders. From poems that takes us from Africa to the Sonoran desert and from articles that address the …

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