Published annually, The Southern Quill is the English Department’s student-edited literary magazine. In circulation since 1950, the journal features poetry, short stories, and artwork produced by Dixie State University students; it also welcomes material from writers and artists who live in Washington County. The editorial staff at The Southern Quill administers the Annie Atkin Tanner Memorial Poetry Award, as well, a prize that is given to student poets for outstanding work.

Submission Guidelines

Contributors may submit up to 3 poems, 3 works of visual art, and/or 1 short story. Materials should be sent to:

The Southern Quill
c/o Dr. Jim Haendiges
Dept. of English
Dixie State University
St. George, UT 84770

Include a cover letter with contact information (phone, mailing address,e-mail) and a self-addressed stamped envelope; materials will not bereturned unless senders state that they want material returned and provide sufficient postage. All pieces must be submitted on disk/CD; include hard copy versions, too. E-mailed submissions are also welcome; use SUBMISSION in the subject line and send to thesouthernquill@gmail.com

For additional information contact
Dr. Jim Haendiges
435-652-7928.
haendiges@dixie.edu

Deadline is January 24, 2014

The Annie Atkin Tanner Memorial Poetry Scholarship Fund

Established in 1972 by Dr. Vasco M. Tanner to honor his wife Annie, the Tanner Fund awards three scholarship prizes each year to poets who attend Dixie State University. All poems submitted to The Southern Quill by DSU students receive consideration for the awards. To determine scholarship winners, our editorial staff carefully reviews and evaluates every poem which is submitted to the Quill by students. The editors then select the 10 strongest pieces from this pool and forward them to members of the Tanner family, who determine the first, second, and third place winners.