|Posted by BoneWorld Publishing on December 5, 2010 at 4:39 PM|
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas....
Okay, here is the official tally on our nominations for the next Pushcart Prize, chosen by the good Pushcart people in April of next year. If we don't hear by May, then it looks like we've lost...again....
Anyway, the nominees are: Julie Ann August for her marvelous story "The Cultivator" in the January 2010 issue of Barbaric Yawp.
Pamela Klein for her heavy poem "Testing Gravity," in the April Yawp.
John Grey for his light-fingered poem "Shoplifter in the Police Station" in the July issue.
And three pieces from the October Yawp: Jeff Grimshaw for his humorous/surreal story "Vinnie's New Job," Jackie Bartley for her poem "Lot's Wife Reckons Time," & Scott Blackwell for his poem "My Space."
Good luck to one & all. If I hear anything more, I'll update in a future blog.
That's the big news. We've also made some decisions on the chapbooks for 2011, & those authors will be notified individually. Thanks to all for supporting the small press.
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