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 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.
Today we’re very pleased to announce our Senior Editors have nominated the following work for inclusion in The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses XLI. Check out the issues in which this fine work originally appeared and buy a single copy or become a subscriber today.
From our Issue #190: Anthony Butts’ poem, “The Angel of Science: A Triptych,” Andrew Ladd’s story, “The Picture,” and Elizabeth Genovise’s story, “Irises.” From our Issue #191: Etan Brandt-Finell’s poem, “A Good First Step.” From our Issue #192, Bill Oliver’s story, “Long Is Her Body,” and finally, from our Issue #193, Jan Beatty’s poem, “Dropping Blotter Acid at the Slag Heap.”