Access magazine reflects how we learn, create and share within our vibrant community. Forged on the idea of collaboration, Access connects you with important issues like early literacy and workforce development--all while boosting your literary prowess and introducing you to our thriving creative community.
Here's what you'll find in issue 004:
- The importance of the arts on early literacy and development
- An interview with YA author and NY Times bestseller, B.B. Alston
- A look back at a year full of some amazing socially-distanced performances
- Recommendations of hope
- A fantastic recipe from our eclectic and diverse community
- A deep dive look into the work of some local, emerging entrepreneurs
- Famously hotspots all around town
Pick up a copy at any of our library locations or check out the complete digital issue above for some extra special content.
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We read on a rolling basis, and welcome community submissions for feature stories, original works and photography/art. Please see specific submission guidelines below.
At this time, we prefer all submissions be electronic. Please submit by emailing AccessMag@RichlandLibrary.com.
We accept well-researched non-fiction on topics related to Early Literacy, Workforce Development and Community. Submissions must be between 1,000 and 2,500 words in length and previously unpublished.
We’re looking for local author fiction excerpts (3,000 words or less), short fiction, poetry, song lyrics and more.
We welcome art and photography submissions. Please ensure file sizes are high-res and a minimum of 2,550 px by 3,300 px.