The November 30, 2017 launch party for Reunion: The Dallas Review, Volume 7, was held at Deep Vellum Books in Deep Ellum. The staff, graduate students Chelsea Barnard, Kenady Toombs, Jennifer Crumley and Brian DiNuzzo, organized a warm and cordial gathering in an intimate space.
The issue itself is a grand accomplishment, and it is one in which the School of Arts and Humanities can take a great deal of pride in. The full participation of the department made is shown with the inclusion of both graduate and undergraduate students in the process. The hard work and dedication of these students, and the staff of editors and readers who work with them, is astonishing. It is all done on a volunteer basis. The Student Affairs Office has also made the publication possible with their budgetary support, and that shows in the overall quality of the product.
Copies of Volume 7 are available now. They will be distributed in the A&H Suite as well as elsewhere around the campus.
An on-campus launch party is being planned for early in the Spring Term. Please be alert to future announcements, as all faculty and students are encouraged to attend and participate. In the meantime, congratulations are in order for these hard-working and talented students.
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.
Our mission is to cultivate the arts community in Dallas, Texas, and promote the work of talented writers and artists both locally and across the globe.
The journal is managed by graduate & undergraduate students from the School of Arts & Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas.