For many readers, the idea of dealing with something preposterous, unrealistic and altogether over the top — like, for instance, reading a graphic novel that’s 150-pages deep in far-out sci-fi fantasy — is laughable. For that tethered-to-reality camp, if there’s a need to read serious…
“The relationship between a writer and reader is inherently incomplete. It exists in a vacuum where one fills the space and the other receives and projects their own stories onto it. The patient is the writer. The reader is the therapist, searching, turning pages.”
ARIES is a nonprofit print journal of art and literature published by Southeastern Community College. Since 1969, Aries has showcased finely crafted works from North Carolina artists and writers. Our mission is to celebrate North Carolinian writers and artists, to encourage student craft in the fine arts, and to engage the public in the meaningful and rich heritage of art in Columbus County, NC. The journal also sponsors the Royce Ray Poetry Award.
Would you like to submit your art or literature? Our reading period begins in May and ends in October. Send your work as a JPEG or Word attachment to: Poetry: firstname.lastname@example.org. Fiction: email@example.com. Art: firstname.lastname@example.org