Fine Lines Summer Camp 2020 is right around the corner. This year is going to be different. With Covid-19, we are practicing social distancing. We will be hosting camp through Zoom. It’ll be different, but our goal is still the same: write on! Express your ideas through the written word and make some new friends along the way. Fine Lines brings out the writer hidden deep within. Click here to register today for Fine Lines Summer Camp 2020! We can’t wait to read what you have!
*For more information on changes due to Covid-19, click here.
Have something you want to share with us? Click here to learn more. We want to read your writings!
Want to see all the fun we had at Fine Lines Summer Camp 2019? Click here!
Newest Fine Lines Issue Is Here
The Fine Lines Summer 2020 printed copy now available at Amazon.
The back issues are also available at this link.
Where Writers Grow
Fine Lines offers:
– Quarterly literary journals.
– A place to submit their work, hone their craft, and have community.
– A Summer Camp experience that is inspiring and educational for all ages.
Fine Lines is a Non-Profit organization based in Omaha, Nebraska.
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Where Are Our Writers?!
Fine Lines receives creative writing and artwork from authors of all genres, ages, abilities, and occupations: prose articles of varying lengths, reflective essays on widely diverse topics that reflect life experiences, what one learns through the writing process, poetry in all forms, and mixed media. We printed writing from a six-year-old, a 94-year-old great-grandmother, ministers, janitors, doctors, lawyers, scientists, teachers, and students of all educational levels. Fine Lines has published at least one author, poet, or artist from the countries shown below.
15. Costa Rica
18. Dominican Republic
22. El Salvador
60. Saudi Arabia
64. Sierra Leone
66. South Africa
67. South Korea
68. South Sudan
70. Sri Lanka
79. United Arab Emirates