My name is Tim Kaldahl, and I help out with Fine Lines. I’m also a high school teacher and the end of the academic year was a busy time. My hope is to more frequently provide updates, samples from the journal, and other lit. stuff. With that in mind:
We run a lot of poetry in this space because of, well, space. Here’s something a little different from the latest issue of Fine Lines. It’s a short essay on higher education. It’s written by Rachel Brannen, who is currently majoring in Chemical Dependency Counseling at Metropolitan Community College. She is a young mother of three, and she supports her family by waiting tables and rehabbing furniture for profit. She also has a passion for writing.