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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

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

MARY BIDDINGER’s most recent collection of poems is A Sunny Place with Adequate Water (Black Lawrence Press, 2014).

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Fiction

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One of the Days I Nearly Died

JOSEPH SCAPELLATO was born in the suburbs of Chicago and earned his MFA in Fiction at New Mexico State University. His work appears in Kenyon Review Online, Third Coast, Unsaid, Harper Perennial’s anthology Forty Stories, and other places.

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Essays

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How I See the Humans

Gretchen VanWormer grew up in Burlington, Vermont. The essay above will be included in her forthcoming chapbook, How I See The Humans, published by CutBank Books. Other essays and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Brevity, The Pinch, DIAGRAM, The Laurel Review, The Los Angeles Review, Zone 3, The Collagist, and PANK. She lives in Washington, DC, and teaches writing at American University.

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Book Reviews

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Review of Videotape by Andrew Zawacki

LAUREN HILGER was awarded the Nadya Aisenberg Fellowship from the MacDowell Colony, where she was a fellow in 2012 and 2014. Her poetry and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in The Cortland Review, DIAGRAM, Harvard Review Online, and Kenyon Review Online, among other journals. She serves as Poetry Editor for No Tokens Journal.

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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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