Dear Writers and Readers,
We’re holding a contest for a new header image! Our current header image is an altered version of Lillian Westcott Hale’s Portrait of a Girl (Agnes and Her Cat) (1917), known affectionately here as “Sideways Girl.” After much contemplation (and a few e-mail exchanges pondering whether “Sideways Girl” is too feminine), I’ve decided it’s time for a change. The winning image will replace “Sideways Girl.” A runner-up will replace the image that appears on our About page.
Here are the deets:
Imagine Rose Red Review as a tapestry. What does this tapestry look like? How does it reflect the works published here? What role does our muse, Rose Red, play? If this publication were an enchanted mirror hanging on a wall, what might we glimpse in it? If we were to step through this mirror, what would we find?
Our current header image has a resolution of 750×392; please use this resolution as a loose guide. (Too small, too large, or too tall likely won’t work.) Please send us 1-2 pieces of original, unpublished artwork and/or photography in .jpg format. This contest is open until November 1, 2015. Please submit your entries here.