Here’s the full list of the winners of the 2015 Pushcart Prize.
The Pushcart prizes have been announced. You can search twitter and find announcements as they roll out from the various authors and journals.
— One Story (@onestorymag) May 8, 2014
Editor pride: Rebecca Solnit’s “Mysteries of Thoreau, Unsolved” and Joni Tevis’s “What the Body Knows” just won Pushcart Prizes.
— Jennifer Sahn (@throwin_shadows) May 9, 2014
We couldn't be happier for the winners of 2014 #Pushcart Prizes for their work in our pages—Frederic Tuten, Yannick Murphy & Bennett Sims!
— Conjunctions (@_conjunctions) May 10, 2014
It’s been two years since the last issue of New Stories from the South launched. I’ve not been able to find any official word that the series was cancelled or if it went on hiatus. After twenty-five years it’s a sad thing to see simply fade away.
Once again, Cliff Garstang has complied a wonderful list, ranking the 2013 Pushcart prize.
I received a full list of winners in the mail today and scanned it (poorly). You can find it linked below.
Pushcart Prize 2013 winners.
The 2013 Pushcart announcements went out as of today. I know of only two announcements but there are sure to be more announced via Facebook and Twitter, so send in a link once if you hear of one and I’ll do my best to post them.
Bess Winter’s story “Signs” from American Short Fiction
James Robison’s story “I See Men Like Trees, Walking” from Wigleaf
The Wigleaf story is interesting, because there have been so few stories selected from online journals in the Pushcart.
Matt Hotham sent in this link for two winners from BOA Editions
Benjamin Percy’s story “Writs of Possession” published in Virginia Quarterly Review.
Jeanne Shoemaker’s story “Sonny Criss” published in Iowa Review. (First published story!)
Paul Stapleton’s story “The Fall of Punicea” published in J Journal: New Writing on Justice.
A recent letter from the MLA president regarding the abysmal state of adjunct contingent faculty is worth your time to read.
The Best American Series web page has entered the digital age, and a full list of presses and journals included in each anthology can now easily be found on the publisher’s website, which makes my job of updating their ranking pages a lot easier.
A few folks have gotten a hold of the list of BASS 2012 stories and contributors. Pasted below is the list that comes from Joesph Peschel’s blog.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, “Ceiling,” Granta
Megan Mayhew Bergman, “Housewifely Arts,” One Story
Tom Bissell, “A Bridge Under Water,” Agni
Jennifer Egan, “Out of Body,” Tin House
Nathan Englander, “Free Fruit for Young Widows,” The New Yorker
Allegra Goodman, “La Vita Nuova,” The New Yorker
Ehud Havazelet, “Gurov in Manhattan,” TriQuarterly
Caitlin Horrocks, “The Sleep,” The Atlantic Fiction for Kindle
Bret Anthony Johnston, “Soldier of Fortune,” Glimmer Train
Claire Keegan, “Foster,” The New Yorker
Sam Lipsyte, “The Dungeon Master,” The New Yorker
Rebecca Makkai, “Peter Torrelli, Falling Apart,” Tin House
Elizabeth McCracken, “Property,” Granta
Steven Millhauser, “Phantoms,” McSweeney’s
Ricardo Nuila, “Dog Bites,” McSweeney’s
Joyce Carol Oates, “ID,” The New Yorker
Richard Powers, “To the Measures Fall,” The New Yorker
Jess Row, “The Call of Blood,” Harvard Review
George Saunders, “Escape Spiderhead,” The New Yorker
Mark Slouka, “The Hare’s Mask,” Harper’s Magazine