Who we are
Established in 1963 at Michigan State University, Red Cedar Review is the longest-running undergraduate-managed publication in the United States. We are proud to feature exclusively the work of undergraduate writers and artists.
Meet Our Staff
Jacob Largen is a senior graduating with a BA in English Creative Writing and a minor in Film Studies. Jacob has been with the Red Cedar Review for all four years of his undergraduate enrollment, working as a volunteer reader for the first two years, the assistant managing editor and poetry editor during his third year, and as the managing editor of the journal during his fourth and final year. Jacob is an avid reader, writer, and musician who is eager to continue his editorial work post-graduation.
Sydney Wilson is a senior Professional & Public Writing major from Lake Orion, Michigan. They love stories, coffee, hiking, isopods, and their cat, Scruffie. They have worked with the RCR for two years, first as a volunteer reader and then as the Prose Editor. They are excited to graduate this may and go into the publishing industry, and are grateful for the experience, knowledge, and acquaintances they have gained from working with the RCR.
Anusha is a junior at MSU majoring in neuroscience and psychology and minoring in graphic design. She is involved in music cognition and language cognition research and plans to go to medical school. She enjoys drawing and painting in her free time!
Assistant Managing Editor
Jarett Greenstein is a senior majoring in professional and public writing as well as English. He is the recipient of multiple creative writing awards and looks forward to continue developing his skills in writing and editing after graduating in the summer.
Natalie Poll is an avid reader and writing is her passion. She is currently working towards her B.A. in English with a concentration in creative writing and a minor in history from Michigan State University. Natalie hopes to pursue a career in publishing and one day become an editor.