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REUNION: The Dallas Review

Reunion: The Dallas Review

For over two decades, Reunion: The Dallas Review (formerly Sojourn) has been dedicated to finding and publishing exceptional examples of previously unpublished short fiction, drama, visual art, poetry, translation work, non-fiction, and interviews. Published annually each fall, our mission remains cultivating the arts community in Dallas, Texas, and promoting the work of talented writers and artists both locally and across the globe.

Reunion publishes both seasoned writers alongside newer writers. Our readers and editors have eclectic tastes. We encourage you to read our submission guidelines, look over our past issues, and online samples for an idea of what we generally publish.

 

REUNION Journal

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Newly recieved journals from our friends in the Literary Exchange Program (LitXPro). If you're a university interested in partnering with us feel free to contact us here or our managing editor Joseph Brockway directly.

We are giving out FREE journals, lip balm & hand sanitizers! Come check it out at Table #438! :)

Come check our table (#438)! Talk to editor-in-chief Sarah Valente and other editors! #AWP2015

Reunion Editors are excited to attend the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference this week! Come check us out at Table #438.

Boxes have been mailed, Issue 5 Preview Booklets have been printed: Reunion is ready for AWP!

Interested in purchasing issue 4? Follow the link below to order your copy today.
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We're heading to the home stretch of our annual reading period. You have 12 days left to send your best work our way!

We're honored and delighted to share our Pushcart nominations from issue 4. Congratulations to them and all Pushcart nominees! Short Fiction “The Noise” by John Abbot “What It Feels Like To Drown” by Marion De Booty Wentzien Poetry “It is in the hope of being useful that the following is offered:” by Christina Rothenbeck From The Midway Iterations— “m0 //I should have known at the Flying J” by T.A. Noonan Translation “I’m sending you a final post card” by Emauil Vidinksi; translated from the Bulgarian by Katerina Stoykova-Klemer “More Than Enough” by Mónica Lavín; translated from the Spanish by Patricia Dubrava


REUNION: The Dallas Review
is a publication of the Creative Writing Program
in the School of Arts and Humanities
at The University of Texas at Dallas

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