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Fall Lines - A Literary Convergence, Volume 2 free pdf Halfway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Blue Ridge Mountains, Columbia, South Carolina sits on the southeastern edge of the great Piedmont plateau, an area defined in South Carolina by the Appalachians and the fall line formed where the Broad and Saluda rovers converge to create the Congaree. In this second issue of Fall Lines - a literary convergence, Jasper Magazine once again presents and anthology of poetry and prose demonstrating that South Carolina, in general, and Columbia, in particular, is a literary showplace. Included in this collection are such illustrious literary artists as Ray McManus and Susan Boyer, as well as South Carolina Academy of Authors 2015 fellowship winners, winners of the Broad and Saluda River Prizes for Prose and Poetry, and more. Like the energy from the falling waters that powered the city's first cotton mills, there is a palpable energy in this impressive convergence of literary art assembled by editors Cynthia Boiter, Ed Madden, and Kyle Petersen

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Author : Kyle Petersen
Publisher : Muddy Ford Press LLC
Data Published : 13 July 2015
ISBN : 1942081022
EAN : 9781942081029
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 100 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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