Redivider has shifted to a digital platform! That means, if you’re submitting to us now and your work is accepted, it will appear online, on our new site redividerjournal.com
Redivider seeks previously unpublished works from new, emerging, and established artists and writers. Our reading periods run between July and October, and again from December and March.
All submissions must go through Submittable. We do not accept mailed or emailed submissions. We welcome simultaneous submissions, as long as you withdraw your piece via Submittable as soon as it gets accepted elsewhere. For Fiction & Nonfiction, we consider up to 8,000 words, and for Poetry, we consider up to 5 poems, and 10 pages.
For policies regarding our contest submissions, please visit our contest page or click on the contest categories below.
We take seriously the business of considering submissions, and we promise to handle your work with respect. In return, we ask that submitters familiarize themselves with our aesthetic by visiting the archive or purchasing back issues. Please submit no more than once per six-month period unless a genre editor specifically asks for more work or encourages you to submit again and only submit to one genre at a time.
We will not consider submissions that include prejudice, racism, xenophobia, classism, sexism, ableism, fat-shaming, homophobia, gratuitous violence, etc. We reserve the right to reject such submissions outright and no longer read submissions from that author. We also reserve the right to remove content from our journal if an author is known to be harassing or abusive.
We are looking for nonfiction submissions up to 6,000 words that feature authentic voices speaking to cultural concerns. We want fresh work: essays that play with form and exhibit creativity in their craft. Give us something we haven’t read in workshop or other lit mags and journals. We want work that challenges our readers to think, that raises awareness, and offers fresh perspectives.
We seek fiction submissions up to 8,000 words that are at once engaging, idiosyncratic, and humane. While our stories can range from the comically absurd to the understated and contemplative, we especially have a fondness for sharply drawn characters, alien but fully realized settings, and concentrated efforts to transgress the trappings of what has come to be known as “literary fiction.” Ultimately, we’re looking for stories that remind us exactly why we got wrapped up in literature in the first place.
- total 15 pages max
- incorporate the artist/author name and title of the work on the first page of the submission
- be suited for black and white printing