Congratulations to all of our writers whose work was selected for The Puschart Prize XXXVII: Best of the Small Presses: Timothy Hedges, “Civil Twilight,” (Fiction, Summer 2011), and M. C. Armstrong, “The Seventy-Fourth Virgin,” (Fiction, Summer 2011).
Congratulations to all of our writers whose work was selected for The Puschart Prize XXXVI: Best of the Small Presses: Alice Friman, “Tracing Back,” (Poem, Autumn 2010); Paul Zimmer, “Brief Lives,” (Fiction, Autumn 2010); Eve Becker, “Final Concert,” (Essay, Autumn 2010); and Douglas Goetsch, “Black People Can’t Swim,” (Poem, Winter 2010).
Congratulations to Cort McMeel who is publishing his first novel, Short, with Thomas Dunne/St. Martin’s Press. Cort’s story “Mahler’s Ninth” appears in our Spring 2005 issue.
Congratulations to Charles Yu, whose novel How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe will be published this September by Pantheon. Charles’s story “The Man Who Became Himself” appears in our Summer 2004 issue.
Congratulations to all of our writers whose work was nominated for inclusion in The Puschart Prize XXXV: Best of the Small Presses: Cheryl Dietrich, Susan McCallum-Smith, Kelly Kathleen Ferguson, Christopher Merkner, Tana Jean Welch, G. C. Waldrep, Rennie McQuilkin, Ralph Black, R. T. Smith, Catie Rosemurgy, David Wagoner, Jean Nordhaus, Hailey Leithauser, Sherman Alexie, Alison Wellford, Geoffrey Becker, Christopher Howell, Andrea Hollander Budy, Kim Adrian, Gary Fincke, and Elizabeth Enslin.
Roy Jacobstein’s new book, Fuchsia in Cambodia (TriQuarterly Books, Northwestern University Press, 2008), and its closing poem, “If They Don’t Have Ritalin in Heaven,” which first appeared in the Autumn 2005 edition of The Gettysburg Review, was recently featured on Verse Daily.