It’s an exciting day for the staff here at the magazine because Superstition Review has just been accepted as a part of the ASU in the Community database. According to their homepage, the site “demonstrates ASU’s commitment to the region as a New American University, while also serving as a tool for identifying specific programs and linking to a network of people engaged in the community.”
Superstition Review is a perfect example of what the ASU in the Community site is trying to do because Superstition Review is not only a collaboration between students and staff from different degree programs at ASU, but also hosts readings that are open to the public free of charge.
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