Fall Lines – a literary convergence is a literary journal presented by The Jasper Project in partnership with Muddy Ford Press, Richland Library, & One Columbia for Arts and History.
Fall Lines will accept submissions of previously unpublished poetry, essays, short fiction, and flash fiction from January 15, 2017 through March 31, 2017. While the editors of Fall Lines hope to attract the work of writers and poets from the Carolinas and the Southeastern US, acceptance of work is not dependent upon residence.
Publication in Fall Lines will be determined by a panel of judges and accepted authors (ONLY) will be notified by May 30, 2017, with a publication date in July 2017. Two $250 cash prizes, sponsored by the Richland Library Friends, will be awarded: The Saluda River Prize for Poetry and the Broad River Prize for Prose.
Each entry must be submitted as a single independent entry.
Submit each individual poetry submission, along with its own cover sheet, to FallLines@JasperProject.org with the word POETRY in the subject line.
Submit each individual prose submission, along with its own cover sheet, to FallLines@JasperProject.org with the word PROSE in the subject line.
Cover sheets MUST include your name, the name of the one individual entry you are submitting with that cover sheet, email address, and USPO address. There is no fee to enter, but submissions that fail to follow the above instructions will be disqualified without review.
Please limit short fiction to 2000 words or less; flash fiction to 350 – 500 words per submission; essays to 1200 words; and poetry to three pages (Times New Roman 12 pt.) Please submit no more than a total of 5 entries.
Fall Lines – a literary convergence
A literary journal in its third year of publication based in Columbia, SC and presented by Jasper Magazine in partnership with the Muddy Ford Press, Richland Library and One Columbia for Arts and History.
Publication in Fall Lines is determined by a panel of judges, with a publication date in summer 2016. Accepted authors will receive two copies of the journal. Two $250 cash prizes, sponsored by the Richland Library Friends, will be awarded: The Saluda River Prize for Poetry and The Broad River Prize for Prose.
The Columbia Fall Line is a natural junction, along which the Congaree River falls and rapids form, running parallel to the east coast of the country between the resilient rocks of the Appalachians and the softer, more gentle coastal plain.