As editors and readers, we subscribe to Ezra Pound's philosophy on art.

With each submission, we ask ourselves the following:

1. Is this person a serious artist?

2. Does the work present what the artist intended it to present, effectively?

3. Does [the work] comply with the laws inherent in itself?

4. Does the manner fit close to the matter?

(Source: from "Patria Mia." Selected Prose 1909-1965.  New York: New Directions, 1973. p. 114.)


Genre: Creative Non-Fiction

  • You may submit one story, up to 5,000 words.
  • A brief cover letter is appreciated.
  • All submitted work must be previously unpublished, which includes personal blogs, social media, online journals, or magazines.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.
  • We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification should your work be accepted elsewhere.
  • We accept .doc, .docx, or .pdf files only.
Ends on January 15, 2019

As editors and readers, we subscribe to Ezra Pound's philosophy on art.

With each submission, we ask ourselves the following:

1. Is this person a serious artist?

2. Does the work present what the artist intended it to present, effectively?

3. Does [the work] comply with the laws inherent in itself?

4. Does the manner fit close to the matter?

(Source: from "Patria Mia." Selected Prose 1909-1965.  New York: New Directions, 1973. p. 114.)


Genre: Drama

  • You may submit one play or screenplay, up to 5,000 words.
  • Plays and screenplays should be formatted to industry standards.
  • A brief cover letter is appreciated.
  • All submitted work must be previously unpublished, which includes personal blogs, social media, online journals, or magazines.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.
  • We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification should your work be accepted elsewhere.
  • We accept .doc, .docx, or .pdf files only.
Ends on January 15, 2019

As editors and readers, we subscribe to Ezra Pound's philosophy on art.

With each submission, we ask ourselves the following:

1. Is this person a serious artist?

2. Does the work present what the artist intended it to present, effectively?

3. Does [the work] comply with the laws inherent in itself?

4. Does the manner fit close to the matter?

(Source: from "Patria Mia." Selected Prose 1909-1965.  New York: New Directions, 1973. p. 114.)


Genre: Fiction

  • You may submit one story, up to 5,000 words.
  • A brief cover letter is appreciated.
  • All submitted work must be previously unpublished, which includes personal blogs, social media, online journals, or magazines.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.
  • We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification should your work be accepted elsewhere.
  • We accept .doc, .docx, or .pdf files only.
Ends on January 15, 2019

As editors and readers, we subscribe to Ezra Pound's philosophy on art.

With each submission, we ask ourselves the following:

1. Is this person a serious artist?

2. Does the work present what the artist intended it to present, effectively?

3. Does [the work] comply with the laws inherent in itself?

4. Does the manner fit close to the matter?

(Source: from "Patria Mia." Selected Prose 1909-1965.  New York: New Directions, 1973. p. 114.)


Genre: Poetry

  • Please submit 3-5 poems. 
  • Longer poems will be considered, but shorter poems are desirable. 
  • Please submit poems as one document.
  • A brief cover letter is appreciated.
  • 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.
  • We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification should your work be accepted elsewhere.
  • We accept .doc, .docx, or .pdf files only.

As editors and readers, we subscribe to Ezra Pound's philosophy on art.

With each submission, we ask ourselves the following:

1. Is this person a serious artist?

2. Does the work present what the artist intended it to present, effectively?

3. Does [the work] comply with the laws inherent in itself?

4. Does the manner fit close to the matter?

(Source: from "Patria Mia." Selected Prose 1909-1965.  New York: New Directions, 1973. p. 114.)


Genre: Translations

  • Please obtain all necessary permissions prior to submitting your piece.
  • 3-5 poems, or up 3,000 words of prose.
  • It can be an actual translation and/or a scholarly essay on translation. 
  • A brief cover letter is appreciated.
  • 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.
  • We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification should your work be accepted elsewhere.
  • We accept .doc, .docx, or .pdf files only.

As editors and readers, we subscribe to Ezra Pound's philosophy on art.

With each submission, we ask ourselves the following:

1. Is this person a serious artist?

2. Does the work present what the artist intended it to present, effectively?

3. Does [the work] comply with the laws inherent in itself?

4. Does the manner fit close to the matter?

(Source: from "Patria Mia." Selected Prose 1909-1965.  New York: New Directions, 1973. p. 114.)


Genre: Visual Arts

  • Please submit your files in high-resolution TIFF format of between 5-8 mbs, 300 DPI.
  • At least 3 distinct images, including drawing, digital, other 2-dimensional formats, and photography.
  • A brief cover letter is appreciated.
  • 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.
  • We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification should your work be accepted elsewhere.

Contest Background

Thanks to the Robert Bone Memorial Creative Writing Endowment, Reunion: The Dallas Review (previously Sojourn) is proud to sponsor an annual UTD creative writing contest! The purpose of the endowment is to encourage UTD students in the field of creative writing. 


Winners will be selected annually from among undergraduate students at the University of Texas at Dallas. The undergraduate winner(s) will be awarded a monetary prize, with the selected work featured in the upcoming volume of Reunion


**This contest is open to all full-time UT Dallas students. Full time is defined for graduate students as nine semester credit hours, and for undergraduate students as twelve semester credit hours.**


Please be sure to submit to the appropriate category.  This submission category pertains to UT Dallas undergraduates only.


Requirements:

Applicants must be currently enrolled at UT Dallas.  In order to be considered, they must meet all requirements detailed below:


Fiction: one story, up to 5,000 words.

Poetry: 3-5 poems. Please submit poems as one document.


  • Each submitter may not send more than one submission per genre, but may send both poetry and prose.
  • 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
  • Do not include your name anywhere on the submission document. 
  • Include a biographical statement of no more than 50 words in the comments page as part of your cover letter. 
  • All submissions will be considered for publication in Reunion
  • We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification should your work be accepted elsewhere.
  • We accept .doc, .docx, or .pdf files only.

Contest Background

Thanks to the Robert Bone Memorial Creative Writing Endowment, Reunion: The Dallas Review (previously Sojourn) is proud to sponsor an annual UTD creative writing contest! The purpose of the endowment is to encourage UTD students in the field of creative writing. 


The graduate winner(s) will be awarded a monetary prize, with the selected work featured in the upcoming volume of Reunion


**This contest is open to all full-time UT Dallas students. Full time is defined for graduate students as nine semester credit hours, and for undergraduate students as twelve semester credit hours.**


Please be sure to submit to the appropriate category.  This submission category pertains to UT Dallas graduate students only.


Requirements:

Applicants must be currently enrolled at UT Dallas.  In order to be considered, they must meet all requirements detailed below:


Fiction: one story, up to 5,000 words.

Poetry: 3-5 poems. Please submit poems as one document.


  • Each submitter may not send more than one submission per genre, but may send both poetry and prose.
  • 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
  • Do not include your name anywhere on the submission document. 
  • Include a biographical statement of no more than 50 words in the comments page as part of your cover letter. 
  • All submissions will be considered for publication in Reunion
  • We accept simultaneous submissions with prompt notification should your work be accepted elsewhere.
  • We accept .doc, .docx, or .pdf files only.
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