Spring Conference

Each Spring Quarter, DePaul graduate and undergraduate students are invited to submit their creative writing and literary studies work to an on-campus, student-run conference. In previous years, this conference has been sponsored by the English Graduate Student Association. Beginning in 2013, the Spring Conference will be hosted by the DePaul English Department, and submissions will be open to DePaul students of any major.

The 2013 Spring English Conference will take place on the afternoon of Friday, May 3rd at Arts & Letters Hall (2315 N. Kenmore Ave). Submissions are due on April 2nd.

Please see the links listed below for information on the following:

Stay tuned to Ex Libris for more information about time, panels, and the keynote speaker.

If you have any questions about the Spring English Conference, send an email to depaulenglishconference2013@gmail.com.

4 comments on “Spring Conference

  1. […] Still need more information? No problem, check out the DePaul English Conference’s webpage at the English Graduate Newsletter site, ExLibris: https://depaulenggrads.wordpress.com/spring-conference/ […]

  2. […] in your classes to the conference—this could be your chance to showcase your writing! Check out ExLibris once again for submissions guidelines and details. We look forward to reading your […]

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  4. […] just how proud we are that these acronyms are getting to know one another.  At this year’s English Graduate Student Association, there are no less than nine UCWbL tutors scheduled to present both creative and scholarly […]

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