Students who would like to work on the Sierra Nevada Review can receive credit and/or Professional Practice hours. Applications are accepted in the fall and spring. "*" indicates required fields Name* First Last Phone*Email* Student ID List titles of courses you have completed in creative writing, literature or design.*Please describe any experience you have with the following: writing press releases, writing professional correspondence, writing interview questions, designing web pages, blogging, Twitter, Facebook, InDesign.*We are looking for students who are willing to be stewards of The Sierra Nevada Review's aesthetic legacy. In a few paragraphs, please give a statement of your personal aesthetic vision and how it relates to the editorial preferences reflected in our publication.*You can find select poetry and fiction from past issues as well as submission guidelines including a statement of aesthetics at http://www.sierranevada.edu/snr. Please tell us whether or not you think the following poem would be a good fit for the Sierra Nevada Review and explain your reasoning in detail.*Your Other Heart By Natalie Shapero Mossy and thumping, bare of logic, red: why do they say your other head and not your other heart? The snack cakes of Smut Wonderland turn Alice smaller than her dress. She stirs, nude in the folds of so much baby blue. To think, they called this lesser art. I ate mostly orders then, and you— you were thinking with your other heart. I took in a dog the way some might take in a dress (I had become just skin). It coughed. I cried for it to stop, I fed it meat, its malady recurrent and untreatable. I had to give it up, like some bum body part whose incidental benefit the human form has out-evolved. Don't start. That dog: I called it Help, and I cried for it.