Writers Guild to Launch Sixth Edition of Literary Journal

Winning photograph by Patricia Joynes graces the cover of the FCAC Writers Guild's sixth edition of County Lines: A Literary Journal. Source: Donna Campbell Smith
Winning photograph by Patricia Joynes graces the cover of the FCAC Writers Guild's sixth edition of County Lines: A Literary Journal. Source: Donna Campbell Smith

Franklin County Arts Council (FCAC) Writers’ Guild invites the public to attend the launch party for their sixth edition of County Lines: A Literary Journal. The party will be held Thursday, November 29, 2018, 7-9pm.

The literary journal is a compilation of works by writers and artists from across North and South Carolina.  There will be readings from County Lines, refreshments, and book sales.

The launch party will be held in Building 4 at Vance Granville Community College, 8100 NC 56 Hwy, Louisburg, North Carolina.

Winners of the FCAC-sponsored “Carolina Prize for Writing” will be recognized during the launch party. The winners’ works have been included in this sixth edition of County Lines. The contest winners are:

  • Poetry Winner: Sylvia Freeman’#10 “Fontevraud Abbey”.
  • Honorable Mentions:
    “Jazz Man” Becky Suzik,
    “Miranda at the Rail” Cindy Brookshire,
    “Running to Warm” Joyce Compton Brown,
    “What the Tax Man Told About the Old Man in the Parking Lot” Joyce Compton Brown, and
    “Women in Black”  Kathryn Ewers Bundy.
  • Prose Winner: June Magic – #45: Judy Reed.
  • Honorable Mentions:
    “Dead on Tuesday” TC Carter, and
    “The Crossing” Norah Moore.
  • Winner of cover art contest: Patricia Joynes.

Copies of this and previous editions of County Lines are also available on Amazon.com and at the Franklin County Arts Council Gallery on Main in Louisburg NC.

The Writers’ Guild is online at fcacarts.org/writers_guild.aspx.

 

Source: Ellen Queen, Executive Coordinator, Franklin County Arts Council, Louisburg, North Carolina

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