Sherman Chaddlesone Arts & Letters Lecture Series

Chaddlesone graphicThe Chaddlesone series is a program of readings and cultural events the late Kiowa artist Sherman Chaddlesone established at Central. Each year, the series allows the Central community opportunities to interact with iconic, established, and emerging American Indian artists. In 2015, multiple on-campus partners, including Passport to Native America, the American Indian Studies program, the Native American Student Association, New Plains Review, the Department of English, and the College of Liberal Arts played a vital role in bringing one of Oklahoma's most distinguished artists to campus during Central's 125th anniversary.

Get information about past presentations in the Sherman Chaddlesone Arts and Letters Lecture Series.

For more information on Sherman Chaddlesone, please see:

The Indian Country Today Media Network or
worldcat.org.


Mission

Fall 2015 Issue CoverThe New Plains Review is a student-driven literary journal with its roots at the University of Central Oklahoma that strives to present the same creative and academic excellence upon which the university is founded. We serve as an inclusive collection of creative works in the forms of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and artwork, passionately showcasing the character, voice, and spirit of our writers. It is through this collection that we hope to empower writers and artists from varying cultures and backgrounds.

Fall 2015 Now Available


Call for Submissions

We are interested in poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction that is  thoughtful and compelling, but otherwise we do not have any specific guidelines  for style or subject matter.

We do accept simultaneous submissions. We do not accept previously published work. Your submission gives us permission to publish your work online. At this time, we do not pay upon publication. Each submission is, however, automatically eligible for the editors' prize.

Submit your poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction to newplainsreview@gmail.com. Allow 6-8 weeks for response. Attach submissions in either Word (.doc or .docx) or Rich Text Format (.rtf). Please include type of submission (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction) in the subject line.

Please see our Editorial Guidelines section of our website for more details.


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