Redivider

Redivider A journal of new literature operated by the graduate students of Emerson College. Explore issue 21.1: https://redivider.emerson.edu/
(6)

Unraveling the layers of self in Carolene Kurien's evocative poetry. 📜 Dive into the intricate dance of identity, sacrif...
03/21/2024

Unraveling the layers of self in Carolene Kurien's evocative poetry. 📜 Dive into the intricate dance of identity, sacrifice, and longing in “Love”. Let her words resonate as we navigate the delicate balance between giving and preserving our own essence. Available in our latest issue, link in bio!

Explore the intersection of technology and human emotion in Samuel Piccone’s “To the Bot in Ashburn, Virginia”.Read this...
02/22/2024

Explore the intersection of technology and human emotion in Samuel Piccone’s “To the Bot in Ashburn, Virginia”.
Read this poem in our newest issue!

“Out for a Drive on a Saturday Night” is a story of peer pressure, teenage impulsiveness, bad decisions and tragic conse...
02/16/2024

“Out for a Drive on a Saturday Night” is a story of peer pressure, teenage impulsiveness, bad decisions and tragic consequences. Head over to the link in our bio to read Tina Silver’s piece in our newest issue!

We’re excited to announce we’ll be at the AWP conference! The AWP conference is an annual destination for writers, teach...
02/07/2024

We’re excited to announce we’ll be at the AWP conference! The AWP conference is an annual destination for writers, teachers, students, editors, and publishers of contemporary creative writing. See you there!

Dropping some literary merch! Our first-ever Redivider swag is here, and it's not just about threads—it's about backing ...
02/05/2024

Dropping some literary merch! Our first-ever Redivider swag is here, and it's not just about threads—it's about backing authors and their work. Join us in this literary fashion statement! Every purchase fuels the journal.
Link to purchase our merch: https://www.bonfire.com/store/redivider/

We're excited and proud to announce our sic submissions for the Pushcart Prize! Congratulations to our nominees. Read th...
11/30/2023

We're excited and proud to announce our sic submissions for the Pushcart Prize! Congratulations to our nominees. Read their pieces now at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

What is the Pushcart Prize?

The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses series, is published every year since 1976 and is the most honored literary project in America.

In this short story, Sara's journey of love, identity, and self-discovery unfolds in the evocative setting of "Happy Gar...
11/21/2023

In this short story, Sara's journey of love, identity, and self-discovery unfolds in the evocative setting of "Happy Garden." Head over to [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu to read Madison Bakalar's piece in the new fall issue!

Congratulations to all our nominees for Best of the Net, 2024!What is Best of the Net?"The Best of the Net is an awards-...
11/17/2023

Congratulations to all our nominees for Best of the Net, 2024!

What is Best of the Net?

"The Best of the Net is an awards-based anthology designed to grant a platform to a diverse and growing collection of writers and publishers who are building an online literary landscape that seeks to break free of traditional publishing. This space has been created to bring greater respect to the continually expanding world of exceptional digital publishing."

Between the ripples, a silent story waits to be told. Read Madeline Graham's "Pool of Souls" in the new fall issue at [L...
11/13/2023

Between the ripples, a silent story waits to be told. Read Madeline Graham's "Pool of Souls" in the new fall issue at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

Immerse yourself in fleshly, intense, raw love and sensuality in Alex Baskin's, "you love me in white underwear." Read t...
11/07/2023

Immerse yourself in fleshly, intense, raw love and sensuality in Alex Baskin's, "you love me in white underwear." Read this piece from our new fall issue at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

An award-winning painter, performer, writer, and naturalist, E. E. King brings our Fall 21.1 issue to life with her beau...
11/04/2023

An award-winning painter, performer, writer, and naturalist, E. E. King brings our Fall 21.1 issue to life with her beautiful cover art. Check it out today at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu!

A brand new chapter has begun! You don't want to miss it. FALL into the new issue of Redivider today at [LINK]: www.redi...
11/01/2023

A brand new chapter has begun! You don't want to miss it. FALL into the new issue of Redivider today at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

Explore Against — Against; .d highlights how language can be manipulated and adapted to serve oppressive purposes in an ...
10/28/2023

Explore Against — Against; .d highlights how language can be manipulated and adapted to serve oppressive purposes in an exhibit that displays sentences that we may encounter everyday. It clicks! Check it out at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

10/28/2023

Leighton Schreyer (they/them) is a writer, poet, and critically Mad q***r activist in Toronto, ON. Their writing often explores themes of gender, sexuality, mental health, and the human condition in an effort to unsettle norms and critically engage with the world around them. As a current medical st...

What does it feel like, to be in love? Alyson Mosquera Dutemple reminds us of this feeling through a draft, tossed in th...
10/19/2023

What does it feel like, to be in love? Alyson Mosquera Dutemple reminds us of this feeling through a draft, tossed in the trash. Explore romanticism in a day of winter, in "The Conservation Candidate’s Speechwriter Tosses Another Draft of His Valentine into the Trash". Read it at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

You may have seen our amazing Blurred Genre cover design, but have you really appreciated it? Diego Molina did a FANTAST...
10/13/2023

You may have seen our amazing Blurred Genre cover design, but have you really appreciated it? Diego Molina did a FANTASTIC job at ushering in this mini-issue!

Culture and identity can cast dark reflections of one another. Just read Leighton Schreyer's, "dohány street synagogue,"...
10/05/2023

Culture and identity can cast dark reflections of one another. Just read Leighton Schreyer's, "dohány street synagogue," and discover how so. Check it out at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

Shifting voices and mockingbirds; who am I when I pick up the phone? Explore identity and inner worth in Sophia Terazawa...
09/29/2023

Shifting voices and mockingbirds; who am I when I pick up the phone? Explore identity and inner worth in Sophia Terazawa's, "WE LUV." Read it now at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

WHAM! Hold on to your fingers...and all your other limbs, for that matter. Check out, "Fingers," by Flavian Mark Lupinet...
09/24/2023

WHAM! Hold on to your fingers...and all your other limbs, for that matter. Check out, "Fingers," by Flavian Mark Lupinetti today at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

Writers...getting PAID for their writing? It's not a fantasy anymore; Redivider is now a paying market! We're paying con...
09/18/2023

Writers...getting PAID for their writing? It's not a fantasy anymore; Redivider is now a paying market! We're paying contributors on a word count-based sliding scale from $25 to $40 for each piece published.

Outgoing Publisher and Former EIC, Christopher S. Wilson, transformed Redivider into the publication that we are today w...
09/08/2023

Outgoing Publisher and Former EIC, Christopher S. Wilson, transformed Redivider into the publication that we are today when he began as fiction editor in 2022. Now graduating with his MFA, his impact at our publication will be forever felt. Thank you, Christopher, for all you've given us. And best of luck with your future writing and publishing endeavors!

You can check out Christopher's parting essay at [LINK]: https://redivider.emerson.edu/a-parting-note-from-outgoing-publisher-and-former-eic-christopher-s-wilson/.

You know what they say about Chekhov's gun...but we're sure this will be a regular house party. Read, "Bringing a Gun to...
08/18/2023

You know what they say about Chekhov's gun...but we're sure this will be a regular house party. Read, "Bringing a Gun to Chekhov's House," by Robert Wood Lynn for a rush of many emotions at once. Check it out and more about Lynn at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

Holly Karapetkova's, "After the Accident," casts a mirror in the face of trauma. Read the beautifully symmetrical poem a...
08/15/2023

Holly Karapetkova's, "After the Accident," casts a mirror in the face of trauma. Read the beautifully symmetrical poem and more about Karapetkova at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

TFW you just want to draw your favorite X-Men characters, but your parents keep trying to foster your artistic awakening...
08/11/2023

TFW you just want to draw your favorite X-Men characters, but your parents keep trying to foster your artistic awakening...wait, what? Dive into the artist's struggle in Michael Brooks', "Iceman and My Inner Artist." Read it and more about Brooks at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

"Notes from a brown mother" by Naomi Kanakia delves into the complicated feelings of a mother raising her child in a for...
08/08/2023

"Notes from a brown mother" by Naomi Kanakia delves into the complicated feelings of a mother raising her child in a foreign world. Read the poem and more about Kanakia at [LINK]: www.redivider.emerson.edu.

Address

120 Boylston Street
Boston, MA
02116

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Redivider posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to Redivider:

Share

Category

Nearby media companies


Other Magazines in Boston

Show All