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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The Dallas Review (formerly Sojourn) has been dedicated to finding and publishing exceptional examples of previously unpublished short fiction, drama, visual art, poetry, translation work, non-fiction, and interviews.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.


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Possibly the crown jewel of #LiteraryDallas: the Deep Ellum Lit Hop, a come-and-go series of readings and performances sprawling across the heart of the arts in Dallas. We're definitely not missing this! https://www.facebook.com/events/129649400912879/?ti=icl

Deep Ellum Lit Hop 2017!
June 03 2017

Wild Detectives hosting some awesome women from #LiteraryDallas. Check it out! https://www.facebook.com/events/602420543277380/?ti=icl

Morgan Parker w/ courtney marie and Fatima Ayan Malika Hirsi
May 23 2017

Another great Wild Detectives event. Putting a living voice to classic feminist texts-- we love it! #LiteraryDallas https://www.facebook.com/events/1779659699012260/?ti=icl

Women on Women: Igniting the Literary Cannon
May 30 2017

The end of an era. The place that housed our launch parties and created an indescribable atmosphere. The epitome of creativity and collaboration. We will miss you and remember you fondly. • "Its time has finally come and we can no longer stave off its erasure from the landscape of UTD’s campus. This has come much quicker than we thought and in order to participate in an action of solidarity to honor its history, the students and alum have decided to wallpaper the gallery with photo faces of those who have participated in or appreciated its colorful history since its birth in 1978. Please send your photo in and spread the word to all who have been a part of its legacy as a student, teacher, artist showing in its gallery or just an admirer. We will enlarge these photos and paste them on the walls of the gallery ‘To go down with the ‘Barn’ in witness to its fall! We are not sure when the actual demolition will occur, but our access will soon be limited so please act quickly on this." Send a picture of yourself (faces only) to [email protected] by Friday May 26st #goodbyeartbarn #youarethefaceofart 📷: @saritzv

What a way to spend Saturday night! Listening to Nathan Brown (2013-14 Oklahoma poet laureate + one of our fav people) read from his new books. Check him out! #LiteraryDallas

Awesome collaboration alert: Original photography and ekphrastic poetry from local artists and poets. This weekend at Kettle Art! https://www.facebook.com/events/2285786874979267/?ti=icl

Significance Imposed: Opening Reception
May 11 2017

Saturdays are spent perusing the #LitXPro Little Library. What journal should we explore today? #LiteraryDallas

WordSpace is hosting Mexican poet Natalia Toledo Paz tonight at the Latino Cultural Center! Check it out! https://www.facebook.com/events/816364161854503/?ti=icl

An Evening with Natalia Toledo Paz
May 03 2017

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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