Red rover, red rover, send your amazing writing over!
Red Rover Magazine is a literary magazine with the vision of encouraging people to create fiction and poetry in order to allow art to flourish in the modern world, as well as improve their own well-being and mental health.
However, just because we are a mental health focused magazine doesn’t mean we only accept artwork that focuses upon well-being as a product. We’re more interested in artwork that inspired well-being as a process. We ask you to submit the artwork that made you feel proud, satisfied, joyous, happy, or invoked any other state of well-being in you as you created it. That’s how we reach our goal of inspiring improvement of mental health.
We are currently looking for a fiction editor to review our fiction submissions. If you’d like to help review submissions for a brand new literary magazine, please email email@example.com with a short sample of your work and why you’d be interested. This is a strictly volunteer opportunity. We cannot currently afford to pay salary to our editors, as much as we’d love to do that.
News & Updates
12/30/2021 – Red Rover Magazine is open for submissions for our second issue, tenatively scheduled for a May 2023 release date. Once again, we’re interested in works that inspired well-being not as a product, but as a process. We ask you to submit the artwork that made you feel euphoric, relieved, proud, satisfied, joyous, happy, or invoked any other state of well-being in you as you created it. Please send up to 3 poems, up to 4 pages of fiction, or up to 6 pieces of original artwork/photography to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a third-party bio. Submissions will be accepted until October 31st, 2022.
4/1/2021 – Issue One – Winter 2021 is live!
4/19/2020 – Mailing List
We now have a mailing list! To subscribe to future updates on the magazine, please click “Subscribe” above.
4/14/2020 – Now on Duotrope
Red Rover Magazine is now listed on Duotrope. You can find us here: https://duotrope.com/listing/29344/red-rover-magazine