Who we are
Gold Man Review, an annual literary journal, is aimed at serving and supporting our community of authors residing on the West Coast. Gold Man Review is open for submissions starting January 1st of each year, with a publication date of November 1st.
Our mission statement of, “Creativity Becomes Community” was inspired by our belief that artists are vital to the community and there is an ongoing need to continue and further education in the arts.
The journal is ran and operated solely by our hard working and dedicated volunteers. The purpose behind Gold Man Review is not only to provide a platform for writers and artists, but to promote, encourage, and support creativity within our community.
Being teachers, students, entrepreneurs, thinkers, philosophers, poets, and writers ourselves, will continue to be staunch advocates for the arts. Gold Man Review is the product of that advocacy turned into action.
Lastly, we strive to recognize all our contributors by submitting their work to the Pushcart Prize, O’Henry Prize Stories, and the Best of American anthologies.