The Dillydoun Review believes that a crucial element in perpetuating a healthy, vibrant culture is nurturing writers from a full spectrum of identities and diversities. We strive to publish and promote both emerging and established writers whose prose and poetry contribute to a broad, essential cultural conversation.
We are just days old at the writing of this Mission Statement. Still, we plan to support this philosophy by publishing a quarterly, online journal and developing a daily blog that features review, interviews, essays, fiction, and poetry. And, as we grow, so will our ability to host events, sponsor workshops, develop scholarships, and offer competitive pay to our (one day soon) family of diverse staff members and contributors.