Q. Hey, Haute Dish. How do you decide what submissions to publish?
A. The Haute Dish editorial board is comprised of thirteen student
editors -- four in each category of poetry, prose, and art, as well as
a managing editor. After the submission deadline, names are stripped
from the submissions by our faculty advisor and forwarded to the
editors for review. In this blind selection process, editors vote
"yes" or "no" to each piece. Any given piece must have a majority
of "yes" votes to be accepted into our magazine. (Editors may submit
work, but may not vote on their own submissions.)
Q. Hey, Haute Dish. Are you looking for new editors? Do you get
paid? How can I get involved?
A. Woohoo! Right now we're looking to recruit a few new editors
across the board. Unfortunately, there's no pay involved.
Fortunately, it's a ton of fun and great experience for anyone
looking to pursue a career in fields like editing, freelance
writing, marketing, or event planning. Interested students must
be able to commit to three issues (one year), and should send a
statement of interest along with some samples of their work in
the respective area of their interest (poetry, prose, or art). We're
also looking for someone with experience in graphic or web design to
take over the design of our print issue and website. Email