Glyph, Santa Fe University of Art and Design’s literary magazine, has been student-edited and student-run for over 20 years and is a vital component of the program.
Each year, student editors select, edit, sequence, and proofread student writing for our campus literary journal. Editors evaluate each year’s submissions, choosing the very best student writing in fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and cross-genre work. Student editors work collaboratively with Graphic Design students on the design and production of the journal.
Editors and Designers looking over the 2013 Glyph
In addition, student editors plan and sponsor a year-end celebration marking the issue's publication and determine the year’s Best New Voice—an award given to a writer appearing in Glyph for the first time. Creative writing faculty also determine awards for the best pieces of student writing published in each genre.