UTC students, faculty, and staff who have a yearning to become published writers or artists have a chance to make that dream come true by submitting original creative work to the Sequoya Review Literary Arts Magazine. Deadline for submissions for this year’s edition is September 30, 2013. Submissions received after this date will be included into the submission process for the next annual issue of the Sequoya Review.
The Sequoya Review accepts submissions for poetry, short stories, prose, short plays, music, art, and photography. Submissions are welcome from students from all majors, as well as UTC faculty and staff. Find more information on submitting work or view past issues.
“The Sequoya Review Literary Arts Magazine is an important attribute to The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga campus,” said Emily Cahoon, 2014 assistant editor-in-chief. “It embodies the passion, determination, and the talent that its students have to offer.”
Published annually, the Sequoya Review staff aims to publish engaging, immediate creative writing and visual art from the campus. All works are judged anonymously and impartially under the condition of blind submission.
The Echo Literary Magazine was first published in 1965. After undergoing several name changes, the publication became known as the Sequoya Review in the fall of 1975. The name honors Sequoya, who is credited with creating the Cherokee written language to preserve his people’s written history fused with their oral traditions.