Mars... our curious neighbor, glowing red against the dark expanse of space, beckoning the adventurer within all of us.
Mars has always been an iconic image within literature, initially as an object of curiosity- and more recently, a possible new home. It is a symbol that connects all human beings in a way that transcends borders and reminds us that we are part of something bigger.
Red Planet Magazine is an independent literary magazine emphasizing a theme of speculative fiction, open for submissions year-round to writers and artists from across the galaxy. A new issue is published each month featuring works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art.
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Red Planet Magazine grew from a desire to create a space where rising writers and artists could feature their work in an environment that fostered inclusiveness and accessibility, which is why submissions are accepted from anyone, anywhere in the world, and there will never be submission fees.
Meet the Editor!
Megan Bush is a playwright, fiction writer, sometimes-poet, and the founder of Red Planet Magazine. Her hobbies include reading, writing, and watching re-runs of the X-Files.