Pushcart 2015 Nominees
Posted on 30 November 2015
by J.S. Graustein
Folded Word is proud to nominate the following works for the Pushcart Prize:
- “I Must Be Dead” – short story from PREMEDITATIONS by Michelle Ristuccia
- “L’Anguille” – short story from L’ANGUILLE by Jon Trobaugh
- “For Neruda” – poem from THE ROAD TO ISLA NEGRA by William O’Daly
- “Lone Dog” – microfiction translation from EPHEMERAL by Miguel Lupián with translation by Joseph Hutchison
- “The Satire Lounge” – poem from THE SATIRE LOUNGE by Joseph Hutchison
- untitled haiku from WHAT WAS HERE by Julie Warther
Our choices this year were difficult ones; we had so many high-quality publications to choose from. Congratulations to the nominees!
Category: awardTags: folded word, haiku, jon trobaugh, joseph hutchison, julie warther, michelle ristuccia, Miguel Lupián, nomination, Poetry, pushcart prize, short fiction, translation, william o'daly
I thrilled to be included, J.S.! Thanks for the vote of confidence. And wouldn’t that be a coup for Miguel? Wheee!
Indeed! And thank YOU for trusting us with your work…repeatedly:-)
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