What is Dialogue?
Founded in 1968, Dialogue is a journal of Calvin College undergraduate creative work that is submitted, curated, and published by students.
Dialogue publishes student work in six categories: prose, poetry, photography, visual art, music, and film. A student jury evaluates all submissions and selects the finest pieces for publication.
Issue 53.2 is scheduled for release on May 4. Submissions for our next issue and staff applications will reopen in September.
Our film and music categories can be viewed online through YouTube and bandcamp.
We want you to join us.
In addition to submissions, the Dialogue staff is always looking for students interested in doing layout, helping with communications, or serving as a juror.
From editing and layout to advertising and event planning, it takes a lot to publish an issue of Dialogue, and we need your help. You don't need an English or Art major to join—you just need to be passionate about creativity at Calvin.
We're looking for a select group of students with knowledge of writing, visual art, music, photography, and film to help us curate the next issue of Dialogue. If you have any questions about joining a jury, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click the links below to apply or get more information.
Start the Dialogue.
Our office is in the basement of the Commons Annex, room 017.