Want to be published? For aspiring writers and artists in the ALC program, the journal offers a valuable opportunity to submit academic and creative pieces and benefit from the feedback of an editorial team.
The Creations Journal is happy to accept submissions, at any time, from any student in the Arts, Literature and Communication program.
We will accept:
- Short Stories
- Artwork (photography, paintings, collage, drawings…)
Written submissions should be no longer than 1,000 words/3 pages, in .docs file, and in MLA format (size 12 Times New Roman font, double-spaced).
When submitting an essay, we will only accept those presented during the Integrating Activity conference of the ALC festival.
Submissions should be sent to the Creations Journal email at email@example.com
Our group of graduating students in the Literature Profile have worked on making this Creations Literary Journal available online for the first time since its publication in 2001. Here you will find everything creative and nothing dull! Our aim is to publish the creative works of Dawson students in the Arts, Literature and Communication program in order to bring about more beauty and colour into the world, all with the power of words.
The 2018 Creations editors
- Maria Bobotsis
- Cristopher Derfel
- Emily Der Arakelian
- Amanda Khabie
- Yi-Wen Lin
- Atalina Popov
With faculty support from:
Pauline Morel and Jeffrey Gandell, Department of English
We would like to thank the following people for their generous support:
- Nelly Muresan, ALC Coordinator
- Andréa Cole, Dean of Creative and Applied Arts
- Wolfgang Krotter, Assistant Dean
We would also like to thank Matthew Ste-Marie at Dawson’s print shop for his technical assistance
Since 2001, Dawson’s Creations journal has been an annual anthology of students’ creative and academic works. It serves as a yearbook of sorts for each graduating class in the Literature Profile, but also welcomes work from all students in ALC courses.
Edited by graduating students in the Literature Profile, the journal features essays, poetry, short fiction, dramatic pieces, letters, personal reflections, photography, drawings, and other original artwork, individually or collaboratively authored… so everything, really!
For aspiring writers and artists, the journal offers a valuable opportunity to submit academic and creative pieces and benefit from the feedback of an editorial team.
The Creations Journal Editorial Team