The reader, the student, the parent, the professor, the story-lover, the art monster, the author, the artist, the casual onlooker – this journal is for you.
I think that it’s finally time to admit / I have played in a pantomime
Donovan had been expecting today to be different, but the orchestra room inspired the same feelings it always did: awe and shame.
I wish now and then, / For the rain.
Below are the three most recent editions of the North Texas Review.
NTR 2020 Edition
Editor-in-Chief: Matias Masson
NTR 2019 Edition
Editor-in-Chief: Kaitlyn Coalson
NTR 2018 Edition
Editor-in-Chief: E. Harrison Geosits
Who can submit to NTR?
Any student enrolled at UNT during the Fall 2019 semester can submit to NTR.
What can I submit?
NTR accepts submissions of the following:
- Creative Non-fiction
When can I submit?
NTR is currently closed for submissions, which will open sometime late October for our 20-21 edition. For more information, visit our submissions page.
When is NTR published?
NTR is published and released in the Spring semester. Keep up with our page here or follow us on social media for the dates of our release events.