Tag: Reunion: The Dallas Review

  • Reunion Online 2021 Features

    While you await the release of Reunion: The Dallas Review‘s 2021 issue, don’t forget about Reunion Online. There they feature a new piece from talented writers each month.

    In May they featured Kevin Brown’s “A Good Story to Tell”; in April Teresa Sutton’s “Venus Wishing for More than a Half Shell”; and in both February and March they featured Ra’Niqua Lee’s “What Cures Us (Part One) and (Part Two).

    If you haven’t done so already, grab a copy of Volume 10, 2020, too.

    They will reopen to submissions on October 1. All submissions are considered for print publication as well as online publication.

  • Sponsor Spotlight :: Reunion: The Dallas Review

    Reunion: The Dallas Review website screenshotOriginally titled SojournReunion: The Dallas Review is a literary magazine which has been publishing exceptional short fiction, drama, visual art, poetry, translation work, nonfiction, and interviews for over twenty years. Their mission is to cultivate the arts community in Dallas, Texas and promote the work of talented writers and artists both locally and around the world.

    Reunion is published by The School of Arts & Humanities, home of the creative writing program of the University of Texas at Dallas. They publish an annual print volume as well as featuring a new piece of work monthly on their website. You can view past interviews with writers on their website as well.

    Stop by their listing on NewPages to learn more.

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