RCC Muse Magazine

 MUSE is the annual literary journal of Riverside City College, published each spring. We publish poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction/memoir, art, and short interviews.

To produce a quality literary journal at the community college level, enabling student participants to apprentice in all elements of the process–from writer correspondence to editorial selection, planning and design, printing, proofing/copyediting, promotion, advertisement, budgeting, networking, release events, and distribution.Students also gain current knowledge about the evolving landscape of literary publishing on a wider scale, studying the work of local boutique and regional presses as well as journals with international circulation–including traditional print, on-demand, hybrid, and exclusively electronic formats.


We accept unsolicited submissions between September 1 and February 15 each year. Any work received outside of this window will be discarded. All artwork is solicited in a separate process by staff.

Submission specs: Up to 3 poems, OR 1 prose piece of 1500 words or less (fiction/CNF/memoir) plus cover letter with short bio + email and SASE.

… Mail your work to:
MUSE Literary Journal
Riverside City College
4800 Magnolia Avenue
Riverside CA 92506


About The Gritz

Ideally I aspire to be a Tyranny of Business and perspective. I cant tell you descriptively how I feel... so I'll tell you the depths of my thought. thanks for reading. https://thegritz.wordpress.com

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