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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

Denise Duhamel

Two Poems

MAUREEN SEATON’s new and selected, Fibonacci Batman, is out from Carnegie Mellon University Press (2013) She is the author of numerous poetry collections, both solo and collaborative, and a memoir, Sex Talks to Girls (University of Wisconsin Press). Her awards include the Iowa Prize, Lambda Literary Award, Audre Lorde Award, NEA fellowship, and the Pushcart. Seaton teaches poetry at the University of Miami, Florida.

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Fiction

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Remembering Em

MIKE YOUNG is the author of two poetry collections: 2014’s Sprezzatura, and 2010’s We Are All Good If They Try Hard Enough, which was selected by readers of The Believer as one of the Top 20 Poetry Books of 2010. He is also the author of the story collection Look! Look! Feathers, which Publishers Weekly called “relevant, wise, and immensely enjoyable.”

He publishes the free online/print literary magazine NOÖ Journal, runs Magic Helicopter Press, and writes for HTMLGIANT. Young has been a featured reader at Brown, Cal Poly, Emory, the Center for Fiction in NYC, and elsewhere. He lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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Essays

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The Tree That Saved My Father’s Life

ANDREW JOHNSON lives in Kansas City, Missouri. His work has appeared in Sonora Review, The Pinch, MAKE and New Letters, and is forthcoming in Confrontation, Crazyhorse, Saint Katherine Review, and Passages North.

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Book Reviews

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The Interior Sidewalks of Mexico City

JODIE NOEL VINSON received her MFA in non-fiction creative writing from Emerson College, where she developed a book about her literary travels around the world. Her essays and reviews have been published or are forthcoming in Pleiades, The Concord Saunterer, Literary Matters, Outside In Literary & Travel Magazine, and Minerva Rising, and she is a recipient of the St. Botolph Club Foundation Emerging Artist Award. Jodie is Managing Editor of Longitude Books, an online travel bookstore, and lives with her husband in Minneapolis.

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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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