COVID-19 Update

Most Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 courses will be held online or as hybrid (classroom/online). Certain courses that require a hands-on component will be held in-person. The College is open to assist you both virtually and at some select physical locations. Visit dccc.edu/coronavirus for more information.

Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

Pegasus Submission Form

Procedures for Submitting Work

Any Delaware County Community College student is invited to submit work for consideration for publication in Pegasus, the College's literary magazine.

For full consideration, work should be submitted according to the guidelines (see below). Entries are reviewed and considered for selection by a jury of students and faculty based on a specific set of criteria. Only the coordinators know the authorship of each work until the selection process is complete.

All items, poetry, prose plays, artwork and photography must be submitted electronically with this form and all of its required fields completed       

SUBMISSION DEADLINE March 1.

First
Write 1-2 sentences about the inspiration for writing the piece, what you like best about it, how long it took, etc.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
Second
Write 1-2 sentences about the inspiration for writing the piece, what you like best about it, how long it took, etc.
Files must be less than 2.34 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
Third
Write 1-2 sentences about the inspiration for writing the piece, what you like best about it, how long it took, etc.
Files must be less than 2.34 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.

Guidelines for Submitting Entries to Pegasus

1. All entries must be original work. Submissions cannot be copied or plagiarized from any other source.
2. Literary entries must be word processed and submitted by attaching a Word or PDF document
(Cute PDF free-ware can help you convert your files). Contact Pegasus with any concerns.
Please do not submit word processed documents containing graphics. 
3. The following must be listed on your submitted document or it will not be accepted:

  • Your name
  • Student identification number
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • Title of the entry

4.  If you do not wish your name to appear in the magazine you may choose to use a pen name
or request that “Anonymous” be used on your work. You must provide your name on the submission form (above) in order to be considered for publication.
5. A title is required  for each entry. If the entry is untitled, it should be labeled "Untitled."
6. All written documents must be typed in conventional manuscript form. Literary work should be as
grammatically correct as possible: check your spelling and use of words. Poetry should be typed
exactly as you would like it to appear in the magazine.
7. Please number all pages.
8. All kinds of art may be submitted, but keep in mind that the magazine is not produced in color and
artwork will be scaled down to fit the page. Submissions should be high resolution (300 dpi is optimal) 8x10s.
Photographs of sculptures will be accepted. Contact Pegasus  with any concerns.
9. Portraits need to have the signed permission of the model: the signed release  should be scanned
and attached to this web form. Contact Pegasus with any concerns 
10. The magazine will not accept more than three submissions per person.
11. Each submission must be entered via a separate web form.
12. Submitting work grants editorial privilege-- however, you will be notified if any major changes
are made to your work.  
13. Entries will not be returned. Be sure that you have a copy for your files.

By submitting your work via this web form and clicking the boxes indicating your agreement to the terms listed, you are guaranteeing that you have reviewed and agree to the terms for submitting entries to Pegasus.