Digressions Literary and Arts Journal is officially accepting submissions for Volume 18! Please submit original works of poetry, short fiction, creative essays, dramatic scenes, artwork, and photography for consideration.
In addition to accepting submissions, Digressions is also looking for reviewers that want to be a part of this year’s editorial team. If you’re interested in reviewing, or if you have any questions relating to the submission process, please reach out to Dr. Mario D’Agostino or the Director of Digressions, Athena Edwards
Create. Imagine. Inspire.
Digressions Literary & Art Journal is a student-run literary journal sponsored by the Department of Writing and Communication in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.
Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit original works of poetry, short fiction, creative essays, dramatic scenes, artwork, and photography for consideration in the journal, which is published yearly in the winter semester.
View the Digital Map to explore the creations in this publication.
Current Volume: Volume 18 (2021) Course Showcase 2021
As the official student-run literary and arts journal here at NSU, Digressions has always showcased outstanding creative student work. In years past, having a classic print issue of the journal meant we were limited by publishing constraints such as page limit, printing cost, and media type. This year’s move to a digital format has granted us the opportunity to branch out and diversify the kinds of submissions featured in Volume 18.
With an eye towards collegiality and inclusivity, this year’s digital issue features its first ever “Course Showcase”--a companion piece to the main issue that features student works developed across numerous NSU courses and on-campus initiatives. This is a new feature to Digressions that we hope to develop further in future issues, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr. Miriam Ahmed, Dr. Mario D’Agostino, Dr. Aileen Miyuki Farrar, and Dr. Rachel Panton for sharing their students’ excellent work with us. It is our hope that as Digressions continues to grow and develop, other colleagues across NSU will consider Digressions as a place to share, promote, and celebrate the outstanding creative student work being developed in their courses here at NSU.
HONR 1520L: Honors Reading Seminar: Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
Excerpts from COVID-19 Experience Photo Essays
Jessica Mangila, Brunella Rangel Cunha, Danielle Grossfeld, Jennifer Fanea, Adithya Daniel Matthews, Sara Paslowsky, Lauren Groves, Daniel Davit, Kelly Celestre, Julie Batchker, Tara Allen, Lesley Wallace, and Jamila Hughests