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Edmonds CC student-run literary and arts magazine now accepting submissions
|Cover of the 2014 issue of Between the Lines|
Between the Lines, Edmonds Community College’s student-run literary and arts magazine, is calling for submissions of creative writing and visual art through Nov. 20 for possible publication in the 2015 issue.
Between the Lines represents the diversity of Edmonds CC students within the context of the local arts and cultural community. The magazine creates an opportunity to showcase the creative work of both students and local artists in a professionally printed publication.
Each year, students go through an editorial and design process to publish Between the Lines. It includes reading and selecting submissions, designing the layout, and working with a professional printer.
Currently, students enrolled in the college's Publications class, Humanities 235, are working on gathering, reading, and editing submissions. In winter quarter, students enrolled in the Print Production class, Visual Communications 245, will complete the design, layout, and printing.
Submissions of up to three pieces of writing or artwork are accepted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, with "literary submission" or "visual art submission" in the subject line. Written work should be sent as Word or Rich Text attachments. Visual work should be sent as .jpeg files. Writers and artists should also include a brief biographical note. Submissions are only accepted via email.
Edmonds CC students can pick up a free copy of the 2014 issue in the Center for Student Engagement and Leadership (CSEL) office in Brier Hall on campus. Community members can purchase the 2014 issue at the college bookstore for $10. The complete 2013 issue can be viewed online.
Between the Lines is funded by the Associated Students of Edmonds CC through the services and activities fee collected from quarterly tuition — giving students the opportunity to experience working on a literary publication from concept through creation.