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Red Wheelbarrow Literary Magazine
(national and student editions)

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Red Wheelbarrow Literary Magazine (old page)

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so much depends/upon/a red wheel/barrow--William Carlos Williams (1923)

From 1976 to 1999 this magazine was known as Bottomfish, a name which referred to neglected, overlooked writing that had (metaphorically) fallen to the bottom of the sea. We recognized the talent and published the work. Some people loved the name; others hated it. Those who liked it liked its quirkiness, its unpretentiousness.

Now we feel itís time for a new name. We hope that the new name also signifies unpretentiousness. We hope that itís memorable. Other than that, it means nothing other than a commitment to good writing (and art).

We welcome submissions of all kinds, and we seek to publish a diverse range of styles and voices.

Please note: we are not affiliated with Red Wheelbarrow Press or any other publisher or magazine with the same great name.

 Updated Friday, October 12, 2007 at 5:21:02 PM by Randolph Splitter - splitterrandolph@deanza.edu
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