Keep an eye out for our new triple issue, out any day now and featuring arresting new poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction by Danielle Weeks, Marcus Jackson, Lauren Swift, Julia Campbell Johnson, Darius Atefat-Peckham, Raye Hendrix, Alita Pirkopf, Lee Cole, Melanie Ritzenthaler, Liz Blood, Diane LeBlanc, and many other fine writers. Here, too, is a preview of the wonderful front and back cover photography by Bobby Neel Adams.
Please join us in congratulating Cimarron contributor, Ephraim Scott Sommers, whose new collection, Someone You Love is Still Alive was chosen by Ireland’s Mary O’Donnell as the winner of the Jacar Press Full-Length poetry collection competition.
Today we celebrate the great news that two recent Cimarron stories (“Aperture,” by Samuel Jensen, and “La Lucha,” by Derek Palacio) are cited in pages of the 2019 Best American Short Stories as “Other Distinguished Stories.” Please join us in congratulating Jensen and Palacio!
Today we’re excited to announce the release of Cimarron contributor Robert Krut’s third book of poems, The Now Dark Sky, Setting Us All on Fire, now available from Codhill Press/SUNY Press. Learn more about the collection here.
Please join us in congratulating Cimarron contributor, Barbara Rockman, whose new collection, to cleave: poems, will be published August 15 by the University of New Mexico Press. Rockman’s work appeared in our Issue 172. Pre-order your copy today.
Today we’re very pleased to announce that contributor Jeanne Larsen‘s third book of poems, What Penelope Chooses, winner of the Cider Press Review book award, is now out from CPR. You can get your copy here or here. Congratulations to Larsen and her readers, both.