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 during every season of the calendar year. 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. Make them feel inspired. If you have a new piece of work that readers want, Remington Review wants to publish it. Visit the submission page for more information.
Spring 2022 Issue - It's Here!
The Spring 2022 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!
Interview Published in "Sapling" - Black Lawrence Press
September 6, 2021
Remington Review Editor-in-Chief Kasy Long was interviewed by the editors of Sapling, a weekly e-newsletter published by Black Lawrence Press. Long answers questions about the journal, her vision for the future, and the best parts of being an editor. Enjoy! Thank you to the editors for this feature! Subscribe to the e-newsletter to have access to the interview and future e-newsletters.
Interview Published in "Six Questions For..." Blog
August 13, 2021
Remington Review Editor-in-Chief Kasy Long was interviewed by Jim Harrington for his blog, "Six Questions For..." Long answers questions about the journal and what the editors look for in regards to submissions. This might be helpful as you submit material for our Fall 2021 issue. Enjoy! Thank you, Jim Harrington, for this feature!
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
Nasrin Parvaz is the featured artist for our Spring 2022 issue. Her piece, "Mother and Baby in Prison" is the cover art for the issue. In the artist's words: "My works explore personal-political journeys based on what I have seen and heard, my life experiences, and collective life experiences. I'm interested in what people go through in their lifetimes, their stories and memories of experiences recalled and shared by different people. I am drawn to subjects that are kept secret or things that are right in front of people's eyes that are unseen because their minds are made up by the power politics of media. Our understanding of ourselves, others, and society around us is often based on selective understanding. It is with this concept that I redefine the whiteness in art in its association with power and its aims to maintain the status quo." Parvaz became a civil rights activist when the Islamic regime took power in 1979. She was arrested in 1982, and then tortured while spending eight years in prison. Her books include "One Woman's Struggle in Iran, a Prison Memoir," and "The Secret Letters from X to A," (Victorina Press, 2018). She also published a novel in Farsi about the 1988 massacre of prisoners in Iran, to which she was an eye-witness. Her paintings have been accepted for inclusion in exhibitions, calendars, and for postcards.
We Want Your Work!
Remington Review wants to give your creativity a home. We seek new, original work. However, as of January 2021, we are accepting reprints, as long as your submission contains information about past publications. We love to feature work by upcoming writers and artists, but we read every submission we receive. We have published work by college students, freelance writers, and published authors. If you're a writer and/or artist, send your work our way!
Send us your best poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art by Friday, June 3, 2022. We do not have any established themes for our issues. However, we do not publish material that promotes discrimination (racism, sexism, ableism, and other discriminatory topics).
Our team of editors, writers, and readers (led by Founder/Editor-in-Chief Kasy Long) are experienced and passionate about what they do, and they are here to provide a home for your work.
Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but the author must notify us immediately if his/her work is accepted for publication elsewhere. Contributors will be notified if their submissions were accepted by Remington Review via e-mail about a week after our submission period ends.
NOTE: We do not pay our writers and artists at this time. Eventually, we would love to pay our contributors, but it is not possible at the current moment. With this in mind, we do not charge a submission fee.
Poetry - Send up to five pieces of work totaling no more than 10 pages to firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject your email: [AUTHOR NAME] - Poetry Submission. Please include a brief third-person biography statement. Also, please leave your name and contact information off of your submission.
Fiction - Send one original piece of fiction no more than 3,000 words as a Word document [not a PDF] to email@example.com. Subject your email: [AUTHOR NAME] - Fiction Submission. Please include a brief third-person biography statement. Also, please leave your name and contact information off of your submission.
Creative Nonfiction - Send one original piece of creative nonfiction no more than 3,000 words as a Word document [not a PDF] to firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject your email: [AUTHOR NAME] - CNF Submission. Please include a brief third-person biography statement. Also, please leave your name and contact information off of your submission.
Visual Art - Send up to five original pieces of art to email@example.com. Subject your email: [ARTIST NAME] - Visual Art. Please include a brief third-person biography statement. In addition, include an artist statement to accompany your piece, if selected for publication. Please leave your name and contact information off of your submission.
For any questions, contact the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.