The Brushfire Literature & Arts Journal is a student-run organization at the University of Nevada, Reno. Brushfire publishes biannually. All the art that is reviewed and published by Brushfire is submitted through our website. The Brushfire journal exists because of our contributors; without them, there would be no Brushfire.
With each iteration of the Brushfire, we strive to represent the diversity, originality and dedication of our artistic community. As an ASUN organization, we also strive to be the creative outlet for our student body at UNR. Our main priority is to connect with the various art communities at UNR and throughout Reno. However, anyone can submit to Brushfire. We receive and published art from across the country. So, while Brushfire in centered around locality, we seek inclusivity and do not reject art based on the artists’ location.
Brushfire hosts art-oriented events and workshops (e.g. open mics, poetry/writing workshops, guest speakers) throughout the semester. If you are interested in working, volunteering, or getting published in Brushfire — or if you want to help produce the semesterly publication – please contact us at: email@example.com
Hey! I’m an English major and Bio minor. I love bicycling around Reno and writing short stories in my free time. Oh, and I speak Spanish and French!
Sabrina Zine Editor
Sabrina is the Assistant Zine Editor for Brushfire. She is currently a sophomore majoring in social work with a minor in addiction treatment services. She cherishes the little nuances of each day and seeks to find the chance to be still, through the chaos of everyday life.
Hanna Visual Arts Editor
Hanna Kaplan is the Visual Arts Editor for Brushfire. She is a Fine Arts major and a Freshman here at UNR. She is an active artist in Reno who explores mediums such as photography, mixed media, and embroidery. In her free time she enjoys volunteering and attending music/art events at The Holland Project, as well as gardening, and petting dogs.
Cecy PR Manager
Cecy is the PR manager for Brushfire. She’s a Junior here dual majoring in Political Science and Psychology. Cecy is proficient in English, Spanish, French, and is currently working on learning Turkish! She hopes to one day travel the world and believes in making the most of every day.