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Welcome to The Incandescent Review

About us

The Incandescent Gallery

We are an entirely non-profit, teen-run literary magazine, and our team hails from across the globe: from New Delhi to Shanghai, from Athens to San Francisco. Our purpose is to create a platform for teens and young adults to express their opinions and emotional responses to world issues in the form of the arts in various mediums. We also hope to be part of the solution to world problems such as global warming and COVID-19 through various arts-based fundraising projects.


We hope that, by illuminating youth voices, we will empower young artists, writers, and musicians everywhere and fuel this generation's flame-like passion to be part of the solution.

When a fire is kindled, it only knows how to grow.

This is the essence of The Incandescent Review.

Explore our art gallery

 

"Sanguine" by Sarah Goldstein 

See more of Issue 2 here

Read the Magazine

In this issue of The Incandescent Review, we invited youth—once again—to explore and embrace their voices on the issues impacting their psyches, from global to introspective.

Our purpose as a magazine, as always, is to amplify these voices on our platform and fuel important conversations. Conversation is the instigator of change, and through these small changes, we hope to contribute to a better future founded on empathy, respect, and thoughtfulness.

Read the Blog

Explore content exploring issues ranging from body image to the presidential elections, expressed through a diverse spectrum of mediums & perspectives. Read a review on Ocean Vuong’s latest novel; listen to a podcast discussing racism during the pandemic; peruse an interview featuring Franny Choi's advice for young writers. 

Submit work— film, podcasts, interviews, editorials, & more— to be featured on this global platform.

Read Gaia's Pride on the blog, by Khushie Shelat

Art by

Michelle

Dong, staff artist

The Latest

SUBMIT TO ISSUE 5

We are currently open to submissions of writing for our November/December 2020 issue until 11/30. Art and music submissions are open until 12/07.

SUBMIT FILM & SPOKEN WORD

We are currently open to rolling submissions of spoken word poetry and film pieces to be selected for weekly highlights on our YouTube channel.

ROUND 2 WINNER

"Audience of One"

Directed by Keanu Hua

SPOKEN WORD HIGHLIGHT

"Saving Graces of Life Behind Glass"

Natalie Ryan

"Glass Bridges"

Madison Newman

CALL FOR STAFF

We aim to build a team that will make an impact on issues through arts-related fundraising projects, journalism, activism, and more. Learn more about the staff positions available and how you could contribute to The Incandescent movement below!

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