Crashtest is an biannual online magazine founded and run by the creative writing students at the Fine Arts Center, a public arts high school in Greenville, South Carolina, so that students in high schools all over the country will have a place to publish work that tests limits, asks questions, rejects the easy answers, risks obliteration, believes in failure, is suspicious of scripted success.
Fissure Magazine was founded by Brynne Rebele-Henry and Aidan Forster. Fissure is dedicated to furthering the voices of LGBTQ+ individuals and allies in literature and art, specifically the voices of young and queer writers and artists. They publish biannually, in June and December.
The Fine Arts Center of Greenville-
The Fine Arts Center of Greenville, SC was established in August of 1974. They provide advanced comprehensive arts instruction to students who are artistically talented and wish to take an intensive pre-professional program of study. Students apply and are selected on the basis of talent, interest and commitment to their discipline and study architecture, theatre, dance, visual arts, music, creative writing, or digital filmmaking.
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