Introducing Redivider 13.1!

Introducing Redivider 13.1!

 We’re excited to introduce our Winter 2016 issue, and we’re especially thrilled to feature work by the following writers and artists:

Fiction

Ben Nickol* / Claire Miye Stanford / Kyle Ellingson / Parini Shroff / Taira L. Anderson / Kevin Tosca /…

Announcing Our Inaugural Blurred Genre Contest Winners!

Announcing Our Inaugural Blurred Genre Contest Winners!

71_EveryoneReachesOutSomehowWe received more than 300 total submissions for our inaugural Blurred Genre Contest, ranging from the narrative to the lyrical, the contemplative to the character-driven. The submissions came in paragraph form, full-page sprawls, lists and more. Many were imagistic; a…

How Freaks and Geeks Retroactively Redefined My Teenage Self, by Paul Haney

How Freaks and Geeks Retroactively Redefined My Teenage Self, by Paul Haney

Freaks and Geeks

There are some things in life that, once we truly learn and internalize our knowledge of those things, it’s impossible for us to return to or even imagine the naive state of our previous selves. Learning to ride a bike,…

Redivider Roundup: An Intro (15 Jan 2016)

Redivider Roundup: An Intro (15 Jan 2016)

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With the losses of David Bowie and Alan Rickman, it’s been a rough week for the world of art and culture. That much is undeniable. But what’s also undeniable is the way that the world has reacted to these losses –…

Blurred Genre Contest Extension!

Blurred Genre Contest Extension!

It’s a hectic time of the year, what with standing in long return lines, scratching out New Year’s resolutions (no doubt including reading and subscribing to more literary magazines), and doubling down on quality time–with family during the day, and with…