Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Last July's launch for Fall Lines, the summer issue of Jasper Magazine

I'm still remembering the lovely evening of poetry and prose back in July that celebrated the launch of Fall Lines for 2015. A room full of poets and friends of poetry gathered at Tapps Art Center in Columbia to see the unveiling of Jasper's summer issue and to hear some poetry and fiction from it. Congratulations again to Worthy Evans, winner of the Saluda Prize for Poetry, and Liesel Hamilton, winner of the Broad River Prize for Prose. I was honored to be included in the issue with them and many other talented poets and writers. Here are the details:

On July 13th, Jasper Magazine, with the support of Richland Library, One Columbia, USC Press, and Muddy Ford Press, released the second volume in Columbia, SC’s own literary journal, Fall Lines – a literary convergence.  Edited by Jasper’s Cindi Boiter, Ed Madden, and Kyle Petersen, and adjudicated by Madden and Julia Elliott, Fall Lines welcomed thirty-three authors to its pages, contributing poetry, essays, short fiction, and flash or micro-fiction including Jennifer Bartell, Libby Bernardin, Rob Bockman, Susan Boyer, Nancy Brock, Fran Cardwell, Tim Conroy, Karla Cordero, Delia Corrigan, Carla Damron,  Debra Daniel, Worthy Evans (winner of the 2015 Saluda River Prize for Poetry, sponsored by Friends of Richland Library), Scott Gould, Barbara G. S. Hagerty (winner of the 2015 Carrie McCray Nickens Poetry Fellowship, sponsored by the SC Academy of Authors), Liesel Hamilton (winner of the 2015 Broad River Prize for Prose, sponsored by the Friends of Richland Library), Kristine Hartvigsen, Lisa Hase-Jackson, Ann Herlong-Bodman, Mick Johnson, Susanne Kamata, Len Lawson, Ray McManus, Susan laughter Meyers, Bo Petersen, Tom Poland, Rachel Richarson (winner of the 2015 Fellowship in Fiction Award sponsored by the SC Academy of Authors0, Eileen Scharenbroch, Chris Schumerth, Aries Selwood, Cassie Premo Steele, Tony Tallent, Ceille Baird Welch, and Mary Whyte.

    Thanks, Jasper!

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