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A short essay on measuring

A short essay on measuring

The following essay by Michael Campbell is from the latest Fine Lines. . He has issues in the kitchen . . . and they’re pretty funny....

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Summer edition of Fine Lines is out

Summer edition of Fine Lines is out

The summer edition of Fine Lines is ready for you.  The cover looks like this —   The first essay of the issue is a good one for every writer to read.  It’s title says it...

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A short essay on higher education

A short essay on higher education

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....

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A new edition of Fine Lines is out

A new edition of Fine Lines is out

The current edition of Fine Lines is available at the link.   It’s easy to log on and get your copy today.  There are also options to get a paper copy.  And plan on spending some time with the journal.  The latest Fine Lines is nearly 250 pages! Here’s a sample, too.  A poem by Grace Carey titled “Hole in My...

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