Without further ado, Vol. 49 is here! Click "Current Issue" above to read some of the best undergraduate writing out there! We are ever thankful for all the authors who submitted their work for publication and ever amazed by the hard work the Red Cedar Review staff put in to get this volume published! We are so thankful for everyone who made this volume possible! The authors, the staff, and you, loyal reader. So once you're finished indulging in Vol. 49, take a second to breathe. Then, try to stifle your excitement for Vol. 50, set to be published in April 2015!
Arch Street Press is pleased to accept entries for its second annual prize for America's best college writer in the nonfiction and fiction categories. Open to undergraduate and graduate students between the ages of 18 and 30, the Arch Street Prize is designed to stimulate interest in writing across the country and to promote today's extraordinary young writers. Arch Street Press offers each winner a standard contract together with a mentoring program and $1,000 cash prize for his/her chosen manuscript of up to 10,000 words. Please see our website for full rules and submission guidelines.
Arch Street Press is an independent nonprofit publisher dedicated to the collaborative work of creative visionaries, social entrepreneurs and leading scholars worldwide.
Answer the call for submissions for the English Department Student Creative Writing and Filmmaking Awards
Deadline: Friday, February 13
Hard copies should be submitted to Wells Hall C614 by 5 p.m.; electronic submissions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as a single Word document or PDF file. Films should be submitted as DVDs.
Attend the Michigan Writers Series event featuring Robin Silbergleid
Thursday January 29 at 7 p.m. in the MSU Main Library North Conference Room, W449.
The Michigan Writers Series is a set of readings and book signings with prominent Michigan authors. The events are free and open to the public.
MSU Undergrad Writers and Visual Artists,
The Red Cedar Review, MSU’s on-campus literary journal, is seeking submissions of written and visual art from MSU students to feature in our spring publication. We pride ourselves on being a journal that features solely undergraduate writers and artists. We normally feature artists outside of MSU but this year we would like to extend an invitation to our peers.
We will choose one writer to feature in our publication this spring. Any form of writing is encouraged.
Max # - 5 works
Max Pages - 10 double-spaced in total
Max # - 1 work
Max Pages - 10 pages double-spaced
The visual artist that we feel presents the best work will have it featured throughout the issue. We are looking for any form of visual art that can be put onto a computer screen or a booklet. Photography, graphic art, sketches, drawings, etc.
Minimum - 5 works
Max - 10 works
Submissions for our 50th anniversary issue of Red Cedar Review are now closed. Thank you to all our readers and especially to all those who have submitted. Keep updated on the issue's progress by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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Red Cedar Review, Michigan State University’s literary digest since 1963, is the longest-running undergraduate-managed publication in the United States. We now exclusively feature the work of the best undergraduate writers and artists across the nation.
Our reading period is now open!!!!!!! We welcome submissions of:
ART: photography and electronic images of original paintings, drawings, sketches, sculpture, collages, textiles, woodcuts, prints, comics, cartoons, etc.
LITERATURE: poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, storyboards, comic/graphic narratives, flash fiction, plays, cross-genre innovations, etc.
• All manuscripts and artwork must be submitted by Tuesday, October 1, 2013. Submissions received after this time period will not be reviewed or returned.
• We only accept electronic submissions at this time. You may either email your submission(s) to email@example.com, indicating the title and genre of each piece in the subject line, or visit us at redcedarreview.com and use the electronic submission form under the Submit Work tab.
• Please include a cover letter with your name, address, email, phone number, school, program and expected graduation date, and the title of each piece. Please title each piece individually as well.
• All submissions must be typed.
• Prose submissions must be double-spaced.
• 20-page limit for all genres
• All art submissions must be a photograph, photocopy, or other copy reproduction of the piece. No submissions will be returned, so please do not send artwork originals.
Red Cedar Review only accepts art or literary submissions from undergraduate students currently enrolled in the United States. We do not accept submissions from non-students or alumni; submissions from Michigan State University students are limited to contests. All art or literature submitted for publication in Red Cedar Review must be original work not previously published and not currently under consideration by any other publication.
If you have any questions, please visit us at www.redcedarreview.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.