Get your technology boots on – Redwire Magazine is looking for articles, poetry, letters, artwork, photos stories about Indigenous peoples and the negative and positive sides of technology – as a tool for communication, as economic driver, as means of artistic expression, as extension of colonial power, as fabric for building cultural strength …
Redwire Magazine was crated in 1997 as an uncensored forum for Native youth. Today Redwire distributes 11,000 copies across Canada, four times a year.
Redwire is the first-ever Native youth run magazine in Canada and is committed to operating with Native youth staff, writers, artists and publishers. Redwire appreciates all submissions but gives priority of publication for work created by Native youth (29 and under).
Deadline for work is Feb 9/2009. Send submissions and inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.