Reunion Volume 10 Call for Submissions
Reunion: The Dallas Review is currently accepting CNF, Drama, Fiction, Poetry, Translation, and Visual Art submissions for its tenth issue. Submissions close on January 15, 2020, and the tenth issue will be published in Fall 2020.
Submissions link: <a href="https://reunionthedallasreview.submittable.com/submit"> https://reunionthedallasreview.submittable.com/submit </a>
General Formatting Guidelines:
- All submitted work must be previously unpublished, which includes personal blogs, social media, online journals, or magazines.
- Text should be 12 pt Times New Roman
- Plays and screenplays should be formatted to industry standards
- We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification by email should your work be accepted elsewhere.
- A brief cover letter is appreciated.
- Include a biographical statement of no more than 50 words in the comments page as part of your cover letter.
- We accept .doc, .docx, or .pdf files only; and Tiff files for artwork.
Submission Guidelines by Genre:
- Creative Nonfiction: up to 5,000 words.
- Drama: one play or screenplay, up to 5,000 words.
- Fiction: one story, up to 5,000 words.
- Poetry: 3-5 poems. Longer poems will be considered, but shorter poems are desirable. Please submit poems as one document.
- Translations: 3-5 poems, or up 3,000 words of prose, can be an actual translation and/or a scholarly essay on translation. Please obtain all necessary permissions prior to submitting your piece.
- Visual Art: at least 3 distinct images, including drawing, digital, other 2-dimensional formats, and photography. Please submit your files in high-resolution TIFF format of between 5-8 mbs, 300 DPI.
Submissions that do not adhere to our guidelines may not be considered for publication. Please expect to hear a response from us sometime between February and March. Payment upon publication is 1 contributor copy of the journal.
For over two decades, Reunion: The Dallas Review has been dedicated to finding and publishing exceptional examples of short fiction, drama, visual art, poetry, translation work, non-fiction, and interviews. You may remember Reunion by its former name, Sojourn. We have a new look and a new name, but our mission remains to cultivate the arts community in Dallas, Texas, and promoting the work of talented writers and artists both locally and across the globe.
Anyone may submit to Reunion, whether you are just starting out and have no publishing credits to your name or are a seasoned artist who has been published multiple times. We encourage you to read our submission guidelines and look over our past issues for an idea of what we generally publish.
The School of Arts & Humanities, the home of Creative Writing at the University of Texas at Dallas, is not your conventional university department; we are a forward-thinking, interdisciplinary unit that offers degrees that cross the normal boundaries between art and science, language and literature, technology and philosophy.