|WALL is a literary journal produced annually by students of Saddleback College enrolled in English 160. Students in the 3-unit course assume staff positions involved with reviewing and selecting submissions, layout, design, copy editing, and publicity.
Published since 2001, WALL features poetry, short
stories, personal narratives, photographs, and artwork that have been selected among submissions from Saddleback College students. The 2012 - 2016 editions of WALL have been awarded First Place among campus literary magazines in a national competition sponsored by the American Scholastic Press Association.
A printed copy of the journal circulates on campus at the start of the Fall Semester at the following locations: the Library (3rd floor near Circulation Desk); LRC 344 (Liberal Arts Division office); near the entrance to the cafeteria in SSC (Student Services Center); and the Fine Arts Complex (near the entrance to the McKinney Theatre). To view both the current edition and past editions of WALL, please refer to the list of editions given at the end of this page.
To see the official website for WALL Literary Journal, which includes digital versions of past and current issues; videos; interviews with artists and writers; and behind-the-scenes commentary from staffers, click on the following link:
For a submission form and guidelines for submitting your work for the 2017 edition of WALL, please refer to the document below. For any other questions about WALL, please contact Gina Shaffer, whose information is given toward the end of this page. 2017 WALL Submission Guidelines & Form
Writers and artists in the 2016 edition of WALL presented their work(s) during a public reading on October 20, 2016 in HS 145.
Writers and artists in the 2015 edition of WALL presented their work(s) during a public reading on October 15, 2015 in HS 145.
Writers and artists in the 2014 edition of WALL presented their work(s) during a public reading on October 16, 2014 in HS 145.
Writers and artists in the 2013 edition of WALL presented their work(s) during a public reading on October 24, 2013 in HS 145.
English Composition & English 160 Instructor
Office: LRC 330B
Phone: (949) 582 - 4544