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Announcing the Winners of the Burlington Book Festival Short Works Writing Contest

Announcing the Winners of the Burlington Book Festival Short Works Writing Contest

The editors are pleased to announce the winners of the Burlington Book Festival Short Works Writing Contest.

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Announcing the 2014 Neil Shepard Prizewinners!

Announcing the 2014 Neil Shepard Prizewinners!

The editors are very pleased to announce the winners and top finalists of the third annual Neil Shepard Prizes in Fiction and Poetry, as well as of the inaugural Neil Shepard Prize in Creative Nonfiction.

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Here Comes the Spring Issue!

Here Comes the Spring Issue!

Here comes the spring issue, featuring work by Naomi Mulvihill, Bobbie Ann Mason, Corey Zeller, Gina Keicher, Tony Whedon, and many more!

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Current Issue: Vol. XXVII, No. 1

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Featuring work by Karina Borowiciz, Gina Keicher, James Kochalka, Sydney Lea, Bobbie Ann Mason, Pamela Painter, Meg Pokrass, Christopher Shaw, Corey Zeller, and many others. Order here!

Poetry

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Two Poems

HEATHER ALTFIELD‘s recent and forthcoming publications include poetry in Narrative Magazine, North American Review, Pleiades, Poetry Northwest, ZYZZYVA, Superstition Review, Rattle, The Squaw Valley Review, The New Guard, and others.

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Fiction

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Protected: The Neighbor

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Essays

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The Symbolic Coast

CHRISTOPHER SHAW is a former editor of Adirondack Life, and author of Sacred Monkey River: A Canoe Trip with the Gods. He teaches writing at Middlebury College. “The Symbolic Coast” is from his work-in-progress, The Source.

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Book Reviews

University of Pittsburgh Press. 2014. 80 pages.

Review of The Old Woman, the Tulip, and the Dog by Alicia Suskin Ostriker

Keats says of poetry “that it should be a friend to man,” and in the warmth and wisdom of Alicia Suskin Ostriker’s fourteenth collection is a true friend.

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Submissions Open

Starting 9/1/14, submissions are open.

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Announcing the Winners of the Burlington Book Festival Short Works Writing Contest

The editors are pleased to announce the winners of the Burlington Book Festival Short Works Writing Contest.

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Announcing the 2014 Neil Shepard Prizewinners!

The editors are very pleased to announce the winners and top finalists of the third annual Neil Shepard Prizes in Fiction and Poetry, as well as of the inaugural Neil Shepard Prize in Creative Nonfiction.

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