Black Lawrence Press: Call for Submissions!

November Open Reading Period: Black Lawrence Press seeks innovative electrifying, and thoroughly intoxicating manuscripts that ensnare themselves in our hearts and minds and won’t let go. During our June and November Open Reading Periods, we accept submissions in the following categories: novel, novella, short story collection (full-length and chapbook), poetry (full-length and chapbook), biography & […]

Write Your Heart Out

Big Shoulders Books is releasing its new book, Write Your Heart Out, in February! If you are, or have ever been, a teen in a relationship, then this book is for you! By turns moving, funny, sweet, and harrowing, the forty-four personal stories of Write Your Heart Out capture teen life as it really is. […]

Graduate Research Funding

The College of LAS supp​orts the research, scholarship, and creative work of graduate students through its Graduate Research Funding (GRF) program. The GRF helps defray the cost of conducting research and creative work and for presenting papers at academic conferences through a competitive process. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Deadline: January 22, 2018 […]

Native American Heritage Month: Poems and Essays

In celebration of Native American Heritage month, has collected work by and about Native American poets. Our very own Prof. Mark Turcotte has been featured! To read Professor Turcotte’s poem “Burn” click here. To see the full list of poems and essays, click here.  

Congrats to MAWP Alum: Bethany Brownholtz

Congrats to Bethany Brownholtz, MAWP graduate! MAWP alumna (’13) Bethany Brownholtz will have excerpts of her thesis published in The Same but Different: Variantivity in Cognitive Linguistics to be published by the Peter Lang Publishing Group. Dr. Aleksandra Majdzińska in the Department of English and General Linguistics at the University of Łódź, Poland recently contacted […]

The Gordian Review: Call for Submissions

The Gordian Review is accepting submissions! Since its inception, The Gordian Review (TGR) has made a commitment to publishing the voices of today’s graduate students and giving them a unique publishing opportunity just for them. The original idea came from Texas Review Press’ founder and late director, Dr. Paul Ruffin, who wanted to present the […]

Writers Guild Aloud! Autumn Quarter

Every quarter, DePaul’s Writers Guild hosts an open mic Aloud! Thursday, November 9, 7 PM LPC Writing Center 2320 N Kenmore SAC 212 Chicago, Illinois 60614 Come share your work and/or listen to others read, celebrate DePaul’s writing community, and make new friends! To view the event page click here.

DePaul ASK Mentorship Opportunity

The ASK network connects DePaul students and graduates with alumni to explore college and professional transitions, life challenges, and university and career questions. You can gain exclusive first access to DePaul’s new mentorship community. The Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) network is launching a new mentorship platform The platform will connect you with DePaul alumni who […]

RipRap Literary Journal: Call for Submissions!

RipRap Literary Journal Volume 40 would like to offer their humble invitation to talented writers and artists of all genres for their CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! They are currently accepting submissions for Artwork, Poetry, Short Fiction, Flash Fiction, and Creative Nonfiction. There is no fee to submit. Submissions will be accepted until December 3, 2017. RipRap […]

The Books Publishing & Libraries Conference: Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for the Sixteenth International Conference on Books, Publishing & Libraries, held 7 July 2018 at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, US is now open! They invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, innovation showcases, and colloquia. The conference features research addressing the annual themes and the 2018 Special Focus: “Communicating […]