New Book from Carol LaHines

We are pleased to announce that Cimarron contributor Carol LaHines’ first novel, Someday Everything Will All Make Sense, is forthcoming in February 2019 from Adelaide Books!  Sheila Kohler calls it “an original and very funny novel about a man’s obsessive longing and guilt after his mother accidentally chokes on wonton soup.” Please help us congratulate Carol LaHines, whose fiction appeared in issue 196.

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Fincke’s New Books

Please join us in congratulating frequent contributor, Gary Fincke, whose recent books include, The Out-of-Sorts: New and Selected Stories (West Virginia University Press) and a collection of personal essays, The Darkness Call, winner of the Robert C. Jones Prize for Short Prose from Pleiades Press. In addition, The Infinity Room, winner of the Wheelbarrow Books/Michigan State Prize for Established Poets, will be published by Michigan State University Press in early 2019.

New Issue Now Available

Don’t forget to pick up a copy of our Issue #203, including outstanding work by Carrie Addington, Lindsay Remee Ahl, Marianne Kunkel, Derek Palacio, Steve Pett, Ira Sukrungruang, Annie Woodford, Glenn Shaheen, along with gorgeous cover art by Jessie Hornbrook. Readers everywhere will delight in its pages. Contributors and subscribers: your copies are in the mail and should arrive soon-! Everyone else: order your copy today.

New Book from Danielle Hanson

A warm congratulations to Cimarron contributor Danielle Hanson, whose second poetry collection, Fraying Edge of Sky, has been named winner of the 2017 Codhill Poetry Award. Of the work, poet Oliver de la Paz states, “The precise language of the poems conjures up the overlooked details of a world that, in its hurry, will miss them. The light in a bucket of water, the ribbon-like fog, the small mice who are angelic in their infestations—all are an inventory of the miraculous that Hanson’s truly original voice urges us to hear and to hold close.” Order your copy today!

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