Students Celebrate Latest Edition of Fourteen Hills Literary Journal

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE -- A recent poetry/fiction reading event on the roof of the Convent Arts Collective on Oak Street, celebrated the latest edition of Fourteen Hills, the San Francisco State University Review. The readings were engrossing, even after the sun set, when rapt listeners wrapped themselves around the outdoor heat lamps.

Engrossing, too, was the list of useful raffle prizes in the back of the program printed for the occasion. Among the items raffled off: Netflix gift card and a case of beer; one hour of computer repair and a University of Iowa Center for the Book 2015 Ladies Typographic Union Calendar; “Wicked Grounds Tea Party & Rope Bondage Lesson for 6” plus Green Apple Books gift card.