Associate in Arts (A.A.)
Isotrope Literary Journal
FLCC's annual publication features poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and artwork. While many works are created by FLCC students, faculty, and staff, The Isotrope has published authors and artists from Italy, Egypt, Peru, and beyond!
As a student in the Creative Writing Program, you'll have the opportunity to work on Isotrope, reviewing submissions for publication, as well as learning how content comes together and ends up in book format.
A journal of this caliber that engages its students is rare among community colleges, providing you with a unique hands-on learning experience.