Cimarron Review congratulates contributor Mark Brazaitis on his fourth collection of short stories, Truth Poker, winner of the 2014 Autumn House Press Fiction Competition. Autumn House Press will publish the book in early 2015. In addition, his fiction appears in recent issues of Plougshares, the Notre Dame Review, and Hawaii Pacific Review. His essay “Suicide Epidemic Isn’t Only the Stuff of My Fiction” appears in Guernica.His novel Julia & Rodrigo was published in 2013.
Congratulations to Cimarron Contributor Judith Skillman, whose new book of poems, Angles of Separation, appears September 1 from Glass Lyre Press.
Issue 188 has arrived. The following people are featured: Regina Marler, Jane Medved, Dan Pinkerton, Doug Anderson, and M.E. Parker. Thank you to our cover artist Nosael Gleason for his photograph titled “Disambiguation.” Pick up your copy or Become a subscriber today.
Many congratulations to Cimarron contributor Alan Feldman, whose new book, Immortality, won the Four Lakes Prize and will be published by the University of Wisconsin Press in spring 2015.
Cimarron Review congratulates Scott Miles (#154), who has published his short story collection, The Downriver Horseshoe, with Chicago independent publisher Stolen Time Publishing. It is available in paperback and as a digital download for Kindle and Nook.
We would like to congratulate Laura Van Prooyen for winning the McGovern prize from Ashland Poetry Press for her collection of poems, Our House Was on Fire (nominated by Philip Levine); the book is scheduled for release in January 2015.
Issue 187 has arrived. The following people are featured: Nancy Eimers, William Wright, Mary Crow, Jorge Rodriguez-Mirralles, Trudy Lewis and Jill Logan. Thank you to our cover artist Kat Eng for her feature excerpts from the comic “Everything is Fine.” Pick up your copy or Become a subscriber today.