Fault Lines: The Next Generation

As Fault Lines continues its growth, in readership, depth and influence, it’s ready to expand again with a few new writers.  We remain dedicated to a few basic principles:

  • All perspectives on the criminal justice system be represented (meaning that no, it won’t be limited to confirming your bias, no matter how much you love that).
  • The voices reflect writers who know what they’re talking about. Being “passionate” isn’t enough. You need to be knowledgeable.
  • You have the fortitude to express your view and take the heat that comes with it.

If you think you’ve got what it takes, then Fault Lines wants to hear from you. The last time we opened the doors to new writers, the response was nothing short of magnificent, adding some spectacular voices to a roster of some of the best writers in criminal law.  We’re ready for a few more.

So if you really do have the chops to contribute to serious discussion, there may be a place for you at Fault Lines.

3 thoughts on “Fault Lines: The Next Generation

  1. John Barleycorn

    ‘Bouty time you realized your pitching staff was gonna need a bat or two and and a little deeper infield. You should really consider an anarchist or two for the outfield but that’s really none of my business.

    Now if you can figure out how to trim your nails just right without loosing any more hair than necessary, I think the natural frok-baller in you could take FL deep into publishing pennant race while messing with a few editors minds.


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