A warm congratulations to Cimarron contributor Danielle Hanson, whose second poetry collection, Fraying Edge of Sky, has been named winner of the 2017 Codhill Poetry Award. Of the work, poet Oliver de la Paz states, “The precise language of the poems conjures up the overlooked details of a world that, in its hurry, will miss them. The light in a bucket of water, the ribbon-like fog, the small mice who are angelic in their infestations—all are an inventory of the miraculous that Hanson’s truly original voice urges us to hear and to hold close.” Order your copy today!
Please join us in congratulating Cimarron contributor, Grady Chambers, whose book of poems, North American Stadiums, was selected by Henri Cole as winner of the Max Ritvo Poetry Prize from Milkweed Editions. Pre-order your copy today.
Please join us in congratulating Maxim T. Loskutoff (Cimarron #196), whose debut collection of stories, Come West and See, is now available from W.W. Norton.
Please join us in congratulating contributor, Mary Kovaleski Byrnes (Cimarron #180), whose book of poems, So Long the Sky, is now available for pre-order from Platypus Press.
We’re excited to announce our Issue #202, featuring the work of Linda Hogan, Sunni Brown Wilkinson, Horam Kim, Chila Woychik, and many other fine writers, is now available for purchase. Subscribers and Contributors: your copies went in yesterday’s mail. Everyone else: pick up your copy or subscribe online today.
Please join us in congratulating Laura Esther Wolfson (Issue 165), whose debut book, For Single Mothers Working As Train Conductors, is now available for pre-order from the University of Iowa Press. Order your copy today!