Becoming a published writer is no easy feat, but writers, artists, and creators alike may find a convenient opportunity in the student-led literary magazine The Redlands Review.
A publication now having been published for decades, The Redlands Review is “devoted to cultivating an eclectic exchange between emerging and experienced writers.”
One may find previous publications of The Redlands Review in the Armacost Library in the special collections section.
However, it is clear that the 2020 publication may not take its conventional form, and has some surprises up its sleeve.
“This year, we are looking to restyle the final product to consist of ephemera, which can take the form of zines, postcards, posters, flyers, CDs, etc.,” managing editor and University of Redlands sophomore Rob Hixton explained. “Last year, The Redlands Review published work from Josip Novakovich and Francesca Lia Block, graduate and undergraduate students, and emerging writers across the Inland Empire.”
Presently, the magazine is calling for submissions of unpublished nonfiction writing, poetry, black-and-white art, and ephemera. Students, writers, and creatives alike may submit work to firstname.lastname@example.org, and the deadline for submissions is Feb. 15, 2020.
[hr gap=””] Photographs by Kyle Eaton, from recent issues of the Redlands Review.