We at Cimarron Review are very pleased to announce our nominations for the Pushcart Prize, 2018. Please join us in rooting for the following fine writers:
Amanda Deutch; “Weight of Home” (poetry)
Dan Pinkerton; “Little Schema” (poetry)
Lindsey Crittenden; “Those Two” (fiction)
William Haas; “One Hit Wonder” (fiction)
Steve Oberlechner; “A Man of Action” (nonfiction)
Gary Fincke; “Inexplicable” (nonfiction)
Please join us in congratulating Cimarron contributor, Jasmine V. Bailey, whose collection of poems, Disappeared, is now available from Carnegie Mellon University Press. Pick up your copy today.
Please join us in congratulating Erin Adair-Hodges (Issue #192), whose first book, Let’s All Die Happy, winner of the 2016 Agnes Lynch Starrett prize, is now available from the Pitt Poetry Series. Pick up your copy today.
Please join us in offering our warm congratulations to Matthew Pitt (Cimarron #191) whose story collection, These Are Our Demands, is now available from Engine Books. Pick up your copy today.
Today we’re very pleased to announce the release of Judith Arcana’s Announcements from the Planetarium, now available from Oregon’s Flowstone Press. The collection includes a poem that first appeared in Cimarron # 196.
Some additional great news today is that Alicia Mountain (Cimarron Review #193) is the 2017 winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize. We’re thrilled her book of poems, High Ground Coward will appear from the University of Iowa Press in Spring, 2018.
Please join us in congratulating longtime Cimarron contributor, Nathan Leslie. Leslie’s tenth book of fiction, a collection of novellas entitled Three Men is now available from Texture Press. Pick up your copy today.