Faultline is looking for work.


Faultline: Journal of Arts and Letters at UC Irvine is accepting submissions for its spring 2013 issue. Faultline welcomes previously unpublished submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, translations, and art. Submissions close February 15, 2013. We look forward to reading your work.




Poetry: up to five poems.

Fiction and Creative Nonfiction: up to twenty pages.

Translation: up to five poems and up to twenty pages for fiction and nonfiction translations. Please include the original author’s name.

Art: up to five 8 x 10 color or black and white prints (slides may be necessary if work is accepted for publication).


Please mail all submissions to the address below and indicate on the envelope if your submission is for the fiction or poetry editor. All submissions should include a cover letter with the author’s name, mailing address, email address, and titles of work submitted along with an SASE. Please indicate in the cover letter if it is a simultaneous submission, and contact the editors at faultline@uci.edu to withdraw the manuscript upon acceptance elsewhere. Manuscripts will not be returned.



University of California, Irvine   

Department of English  

435 Humanities Instructional Building   

University of California, Irvine      

Irvine, CA 92697-2650




Faultline: Journal of Arts and Letters is UC Irvine’s Pushcart prize-winning journal. Produced by the graduate students of UC Irvine’s Programs in Writing,Faultline features the work of emerging and established writers from the U.S. and abroad such as Aimee Bender, Killarney Clary, Charles D’Ambrosio, Thomas Keneally, Yusef Komunyakaa, Jim Krusoe, Christine Schutt, and Alice Sebold. The journal publishes new poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, translations, and art in an annual spring issue.


For further information or to purchase a copy of Faultline please visit http://faultline.sites.uci.edu


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