You have probably heard of Ing, Fourth Genre, and The Black Sheep. However, Red Cedar Review is another on on-campus publication that employs Professional Writing and English majors.
Currently, Chief Editor, Jordan Poll, and Professor Robin Silberglied run the Red Cedar Review with the help of their staff including Leslie Zimmerman, Katie Susko, Molly Janasik, Nicole Kaufman, Taylor Neverman, Connor Yeck, Lizzie Oderkirk, Katlyn Lindstrom, Alison Hamilton, Marta Werbanowska, Philip Russell, and Lindsy Sambaer.
Red Cedar Review is a journal of literature and art founded and run by undergraduate students at Michigan State University. Debuting in 1963, Red Cedar Review is the longest-running journal of its kind in the United States. They have even published renowned authors such as Margaret Atwood, Pablo Neruda, Tom Bissell, and Stuart Dybek. Today, Red Cedar Review is dedicated to the support of young literary and artistic talent through the exclusive publication of undergraduate students. Their mission is to provide undergraduates across the country with the opportunity to publish their own original works of prose, poetry, and visual art in this prestigious journal.
Unlike most on-campus publications, Red Cedar Review only takes work from undergrads outside of MSU. However, this year, they are hosting a contest for Michigan State undergrad writers and visuals artist. They are seeking submissions of written and visual art from MSU students to feature their 50th anniversary edition of Red Cedar Review that will be published digitally this spring. In addition, as a contributor, you will be given a special printed copy of the publication.
For more information on Red Cedar Review and contest submission guidelines, go to their website: http://www.redcedarreview.com/