• Hey, Haute Dish. Are you looking for new editors? Do you get paid? How can I get involved?
    We’re looking to recruit a few new editors across the board. Unfortunately, there’s no pay involved. Fortunately, it’s a lot of fun and great experience for anyone pursuing a career in editing, freelance writing, marketing, or event planning. Interested students must be able to commit to two 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).
  • Hey, Haute Dish. How do you decide what submissions to publish?
    The Haute Dish editorial board is comprised of student editors — several in each category of poetry, prose, and art, as well as a managing editor. All editors vote on video submissions. 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.)
  • What category do graphic novels, comics or cartoons fit into?
    Graphic novels, comics, and cartoons full under Studio Art in the form of a PDF
  • Can I submit my work with Haute Dish and another platform?
    Yes, all we ask is that you let us know if your work is being accepted somewhere else as soon as possible.
  • Can I submit other previously published work?
    If the work was published by anyone, no. If the work is on your personal website or blog, yes.
  • How many submissions can I submit?
    You may submit 4 pieces in each genre for each issue
  • What happens if my work gets accepted?
    We require non-exclusive print rights to publish it in one issue of our print magazine. We also require non-exclusive electronic rights indefinitely so we can include it in our online issue and archives. All other rights remain yours.
  • What if I’m not a student or alumni; can I still submit?
    We do not accept outside submissions.
  • How long should my bio be?
    Your bio should be 150 words max and in third-person
  • Do I put my name on my work?
    No, we ask that you keep your name off your work so that the editors can all equally vote on the pieces