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Red China Magazine


Publisher: Duckbill Press

Established: 2003

Frequency: bimonthly

Accepts Email Submissions: Yes

Website URL: http://redchinamagazine.com/

Description: RC is an online literary magazine featuring fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and art.

Editor(s): Daryl Clark; Alex Smith; Peter Labier; Dudditts Cavell; Casey Brandt

Masthead URL: Click here for the masthead webpage.

Email: editor@redchinamagazine.com

Phone: 718-349-7443

Guidelines URL: Click here for writer's guidelines information.



Rights: Our request for printing and web rights are relatively standard. Strict details will be sent if we want to print your work.

Needs: Submissions should be attached as MS Word documents. Please do not talk about your actual piece in your cover letter, save mentioning its title.

Fictioners please send no more than 2,000 words to fiction@redchinamagazine.com . As of now we are not accepting parts of novels. Memoir pieces are discouraged.

Poets please send no more than 10 poems to poetry@redchinamagazine.com . If these poems are selected from a larger (unpublished) series, please include a brief description of the collection or series as a whole. Again, we are not looking for previously published work.

Length: Fictioners please send no more than 2,000 words to fiction@redchinamagazine.com .

Poets please send no more than 10 poems to poetry@redchinamagazine.com .

Art/Photo Needs: Submissions may be attached in most any format you want, Windows-oriented. Please include a few details of your images, it always aids us in assessing your work. We may want to include these details in the final display in your work, if that's okay with you. Images can be of any size, but as a rough guideline, we can say that your images should probably not be any bigger than 700 pixels in height or width. Details can be nicely sized squares around 200 by 200. Again, and roughly, we find that 200 dpi is sufficient for us to make decisions on your work. We should say that we're interested in exploring more interactive artwork. We can feature sound, for instance, so if you have an installation with sound, we can display it. We're also interested in working with you on ongoing projects. We ask that your artwork has NOT appeared in print. We don't mind, however, if it has shown at a gallery or open studio. Please send no more than 10 pieces to art@redchinamagazine.com.

Payment: Author bio with weblinks

How to Submit: Fiction and Poetry: Submissions should be attached as MS Word documents. Please do not talk about your actual piece in your cover letter, save mentioning its title. Fictioners please send no more than 2,000 words to fiction@redchinamagazine.com . As of now we are not accepting parts of novels. Memoir pieces are discouraged. Poets please send no more than 10 poems to poetry@redchinamagazine.com . If these poems are selected from a larger (unpublished) series, please include a brief description of the collection or series as a whole. Again, we are not looking for previously published work. Visual Art: Submissions may be attached in most any format you want, Windows-oriented. Please include a few details of your images, it always aids us in assessing your work. We may want to include these details in the final display in your work, if that's okay with you. Images can be of any size, but as a rough guideline, we can say that your images should probably not be any bigger than 700 pixels in height or width. Details can be nicely sized squares around 200 by 200. Again, and roughly, we find that 200 dpi is sufficient for us to make decisions on your work. We should say that we're interested in exploring more interactive artwork. We can feature sound, for instance, so if you have an installation with sound, we can display it. We're also interested in working with you on ongoing projects. We ask that your artwork has NOT appeared in print. We don't mind, however, if it has shown at a gallery or open studio. Please send no more than 10 pieces to art@redchinamagazine.com. Artists please do not send links to your website. Essays and Papers: Queries should be sent in the body of an email. We are interested in your articles dealing with cultural/social criticism. We are looking for incendiary pieces, whether charting left or right wing boundaries is unimportant, so long as the work is cohesive, well researched. We are also looking for reviews (book, movie, album, video game or otherwise) that are thoroughly investigated and beautifully written (think The New York Review of Books ) . We aren't interested in personal essays right now. Please send queries to essays@redchinamagazine.com .

Response Time: We have responded to submissions in less than 12 (TWELVE) hours before. However sometimes it takes us weeks. It has, so far, never taken us longer than 1 (ONE) month to respond to a submission. This may change.

Tips for Writers: We like good art and writing, if you make one or more of those things, please send them to us.

Sample Copies/Subscription Information: A print issue of Red China is available through Lulu.com, a print-on-demand press. Both our print and our on-line edition features exclusive content, and we invite you to explore both editions. You can also view our storefront on Lulu for upcoming projects.

This listing was lated updated on Apr-01-2005.






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