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Redlands Review

Creative Writing Lit Mag

The Creative Writing Program's literary magazine, the Redlands Review, seeks submissions of deep and engaging poetry, fiction, and literary nonfiction writing. Submissions of two-dimensional artwork will also be considered.

Go to the magazine's Web site.

Here are the submission guidelines for the 2010 Redlands Review:

  • Prose(non fiction, fiction, critical essays)must be numbered and double spaced. 20 page maximum.
  • Poetry: 10 page maximum
  • Visual Art(photography, painting, drawing, graphic design): high resolution digital format
  • Audio(spoken word, music): mp3 format

Please drop off at the Creative Writing Office, email to the Redlands Review or send to the Redlands Review, Creative Writing Program, 1200 East Colton Ave, Redlands, CA 92374.


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