Today we’re very pleased to share the good news that Gabriel Houck’s story, “The Dot Matrix” (Cimarron Review #196), has been named a Distinguished Story in the 2017 Best American Short Stories, edited by Meg Wolitzer.
Please join us in congratulating Jo Brachman, whose poem, “The Scientist’s Hypothesis of Distance” (Cimarron 194) was chosen for the Best New Poets 2016 Edition.
The good news today is that Nona Caspers’ story “Frontiers” (Cimarron #190) has been named a “Distinguished Story of 2016” in the Best American Short Stories series. We send her our congratulations and invite you to pick up a copy of the issue in which her distinguished story originally appeared.
Please join us in congratulating longtime Cimarron contributor, Nona Caspers, winner of the 2016 Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction from Sarabande Books. Be on the lookout for her winning collection, Alley Stories.
For the second year in a row, a story originally appearing in Cimarron Review has won an O. Henry Prize. Many congratulations to Elizabeth Genovise; readers everywhere should look forward to seeing “Irises” (Cimarron Review #190) in The O. Henry Prize Stories 2016.