Where Your Creativity Will Find a Home
Remington Review strives to publish new, original work by rising poets, fiction and creative nonfiction writers, and visual artists. A quarterly online journal, new issues are published every January, April, July, and September. While the editors don't have any preference for content, they want to see your best work. Submit something daring and moving. Make them cry. If you have a new piece of work that readers want, Remington Review wants to publish it. Visit the submission page for more information.
Winter 2021 Issue - It's Here!
The Winter 2021 issue is live! We are so thankful for the amazing contributors who allowed us the opportunity to publish their beautiful work in our latest issue. Enjoy reading!
Spring 2021 Submissions - Now Open!
January 25, 2021
Submissions are now open for our Spring 2021 issue. Submit your best poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art by Friday, March 5, 2021. Visit our submission page for more information.
Winter 2021 Issue is Released!
January 12, 2021
The Winter 2021 issue is released! We are excited to feature new work by our contributors. Thank you to our writers and artists, and our team of editors for making this possible.
Interview Published in "The Blue Mountain Review"
November 10, 2019
We are pleased to share that Remington Review was featured in the latest issue of The Blue Mountain Review! Our editor-in-chief, Kasy Long, was interviewed in the issue about the inspiration for starting the journal, our vision for the journal, and advice we give to people who wish to start their own journal. Thank you to everyone at The Blue Mountain Review for including us in your wonderful issue! It felt nice to be on the other end of the publication process for a change. Read our interview, starting on page 114 of the issue.
Archive of Past Issues
Angel Davila is the featured artist for the Winter 2021 issue. His piece, "Sticks and Stones," is the cover art for the issue. In the artist's words: "I consider my work as conceptual pieces that linger into a surrealistic approach. My references often come from aspects of reality while combining 2D figures, creating an interesting contrast between two worlds. I exercise these ideas through portraiture. My studio practice uses drawing, oil painting, and mixed media as means toward creating my work." Davila is a 20-year-old up-and-coming working artist that currently resides in North Bergen, New Jersey. As a very loud and proud queer man, he primarily focuses his art as an analyzation of sexuality, gender, and LGBTQ+ values. He most enjoys combining references from reality with an illustrative aesthetic.