Monthly Archives: December 2011

Reading submissions

In the midst of reading submissions for our 2011-2012 issue, I have the opportunity to look over comments from my undergraduate crew of Assistant Editors and occasionally to disagree with their sentiments. Sometimes a piece that seems clunky to them is, to me, beautiful for its lack of pretension. What I am finding today is […]
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Rebuilding Dogwood

If you’d like to allow us to put part or all of your published Dogwood content online, please let us know. We’d appreciate it! Also, strangely enough, we are missing back issues from these years: 2006 and 2008. Anyone have one they’d like to donate? We are amnesiac, but loveable.

Relaunch of Dogwood!

Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry and Prose has resumed publication in 2011 with new editor Sonya Huber and a contest with $500 prizes in three genres. We’re blogging and Twittering and Facebooking and linking and saying hello. We’re also now using the fine and useful submission manager Submishmash (since renamed Submittable) which has lightened the […]
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