Ruminate magazine (est. 2006), a quarterly literary arts publication, is reviewing creative nonfiction submissions until May 14, 2017. The editors welcome themes that express the appeal, creativity, and paradoxes of the human experience, as well as topics that both discreetly and openly engage faith from all the world religions.
Ruminate celebrates the enigmas of life, faith, and art–and through its pages illuminates enjoyment, inspiration, a sense of place, and hope. Each issue immerses readers in literary and visual arts, faith, the creative life, reflective living and reflective spiritual habitudes.
The editors welcome all forms of creative nonfiction: essays, short memoirs, literary journalism, etc.
Word length: must not exceed 5500 words.
Payment: $15 per 400 words, up to approx. $200/submission.
Brianna Van Dyke serves as editor-in-chief. Read submission guidelines at Ruminate’s website