Ask Alice

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Ask Alice is a video program where Alice Friman, Georgia College Poet-in-Residence, addresses your questions about the writing life. Submit a question through Submittable and she’ll choose the best questions to answer in future Arts & Letters PRIME Ask Alice videos. Previously, Alice has answered questions on publication, revision, overcoming your inner critic, and writing good love poetry. Past programs are available on the Ask Alice page.

Check it out and then submit your question through our free Submittable category; if your question is selected, you will receive a free subscription to PRIME! Submit here.

We’re excited to announce that Alice Friman has a new book of poems, The View From Saturn, forthcoming this year from LSU Press. Also, a new version of “Ask Alice” will be in the forthcoming Prime 3.2.

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Arts & Letters Prime is now up and running

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Arts & Letters PRIME 3.2 will soon be ready to download. We’ll email our subscribers and those who submitted to the PRIME Poetry Prize, and anyone submitting through submittable will have access to the download. If you are a contributor or submitter and do not hear from us, please email us at al.journal@gcsu.edu for your link to the download.

PRIME 3.2 features an interview with esteemed novelist Jayne Anne Phillips, a brand new “Ask Alice” video, and audio versions of poems read by 2013 A&L Rumi Prize winner Lara Egger. This issue will also feature work which will appear in the print edition of Arts & Letters.

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Submission Status Update

Jayne Anne Phillips, National Book Award nominee and judge for the Arts & Letters Prize for FictionJayne Anne Phillips, National Book Award nominee and judge for the Arts & Letters Prize for Fiction

Open soon: PRIME Poetry Prize submission period is May 1 to July 31. 

Closed: Regular submissions. Reading period: August 1st to January 31st.

Closed: Arts & Letters Prize submissions. We are now in the blind review of submissions; finalists will be submitted to our final judges late April/early May, and we will announce winners in June.

 

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