Table of Contents Greg Grummer Poetry Award Judged by Brian Teare Winner Konstantin Kulakov, “Keats by Glenmont Metro” Runner Up Gillian Cummings, “Moon Girls of the Medicine Birds” Finalists Bill Moran, “Paw” Anna Krem, “our old house” Nancy Hewitt, “Completing the Arc”
Table of Contents 2017 Spring Contest Results Fiction Award Judged by Patricia Park Winner: Ashley Morrow Hermsmeier, “Feeding Strays” Runner-Up: Victoria Saltz, “My Shopping List” Readers’ Choice: Jeffrey Ricker, “Multiverse” Nonfiction Award Judged by Elena Passarello Winner: Liz Asch, “Trompe
Featuring our 2016 spring contest winners: Annie Sheppard, Rochelle Hurt, Jacqueline Doyle; and our poetry finalists: Shonte Daniels, Alexandra Barylski, Kat Keller, Chelsea Dingman, Naima Woods, Jake Syersak, and Anne Barngrover
Featuring work from dawn losinger, Michael Mlekoday, Steph Kilen, El-Shabbaz, Sayantani Dasgupta, Brandon Amico, Gabriella Tallmadge, Julie Marie Wade, Leslie Marie Aguilar, Michael Lee, Jake Syersak, Jade Benoit, Michelle Lin, Natalia Holtzman, Noelle Catharine Allen, Ray Shea, Anna B. Sutton, Jaime Bennati (cover art), and AP Quatch
Fiction Nominees Christian Winn, “The Landline” “The Landline” is a short story about a mother and son told through a series of quick moments from the narrator’s life. The reader is thrust into the narrative of a long-lost son, but
2015 Contest Winners Greg Grummer Poetry Award Winner Konstantin Kulakov, “Keats by Glenmont Metro” Judge Brian Teare’s Comments i admire this poem for the ways it inhabits space. the poet’s meditative mind attaches a feeling or idea to three specific sites:
2013 Contest Winners Greg Grummer Poetry Award Judged by Dean Young Winner: Annie Christain, Villagers Chop Them in Half, Thinking They Are Snakes Runner-up: Maggie Millner, Squalls Winter Fiction Contest Judged by Ryan Call Winner: Ryan Habermeyer, The Foot Annual Creative
Our first ever full online issue in its entirety! Highlights include our 2011 contest winners and runners-up judged by Matthea Harvey (Poetry), David Means (Fiction), and Mary Roach (Nonfiction).