Plum Ruby Review is an online literary arts journal highlighting both emerging and established
writers and artists. The
journal is now published quarterly. Submissions are accepted year round.
Unfortunately, there is no remuneration.
Plum Ruby Review is
a showcase for unpublished fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and art.
We are delighted by pieces that are vivid, imaginative, fresh and
Fiction, Poetry and Nonfiction Editors
(greg AT plumrubyreview.com)
G.S. McCormick has spent much of his life moving around. Raised in southern Idaho, he most recently relocated to Montreal after living in Shanghai for 5 years. Lately he studies, reads, writes, works and drinks far too much.
(crystal AT plumrubyreview.com)
Crystal King is often cold. She resides in Boston which doesn't help her cold situation. She once sold knives for a living. A Pushcart nominee and a working writer, she is in the midst of generating a novel and developing a book on creativity strategies for advanced writers.
(joe AT plumrubyreview.com)
Joseph Doucette was trained at The School of The Museum of Fine Arts Boston as a two-dimensional artist but found that his work eventually moved off of paper and into the third dimension. In addition to his art, which has been shown at many fine galleries including Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, he is a wine expert and baseball
(angela AT plumrubyreview.com)
Angela Walton was a military brat and moved a lot. She went to school in
Rochester, NY on a Bausch & Lomb science scholarship but used it for a
studio art degree. Angela believes that creativity is one of THE most
important tools anyone can ever use in life. She still wants to wear a
white lab coat and find a cure for AIDS. Currently, Angela is a freelance
graphic artist and marketing specialist in Atlanta, GA.