DMACC District-Wide Creative Writing Contest
Students, submit your creative work for the opportunity to win cash prizes (top 3 stories and poems) and scholarships (1st: $1,000 and 2nd: $500), to be published in
Expressions, to work one-on-one with a professional writer, and to present your work at a reading. For more information, please
email the Creative Writing Contest or
Contest Information and Forms
Expressions is the yearly publication featuring poetry, art, photography and short fiction from students representing each of DMACC's campuses. The publication and distribution of
Expressions is timed to coincide with our Celebration of the Literary Arts in April of each year. While it showcases winners of the DMACC-sponsored annual literary awards, all DMACC students are invited to submit original art or writing for consideration."
A panel of faculty select the winners of the contest, and a student editor works with faculty to arrange the entries published in
Expressions. The magazine is published with the assistance of the DMACC Graphic Arts Department. For additional information, please contact
Michael Bryant, Urban Campus.
Skunk River Review
Skunk River Review celebrates the best writing in composition, literature, and humanities classes at DMACC. Entries for the
Skunk River Review, DMACC's published collection of quality student essays, are solicited from the following sources:
- College Preparatory Writing I (ENG 060)
- College Preparatory Writing II (ENG 061)
- Resources for Composition (ENG 104)
- Composition I (ENG 105)
- Composition II (ENG 106)
- All literature and humanities classes.
Student eligibility is limited to participants who are enrolled in these classes for the academic year they are submitting their work. All essays accepted for publication will be entered in
Skunk River Review’s essay contest. Contest winners will receive DMACC bookstore gift certificates and/or cash prizes.
Students submitting for publication must download and complete the
Application and Release Form.
Questions and/or submissions may be sent to
Ann McBee or
Skunk River Review Issues