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Cynthia Manick has won the 2016 Lascaux Prize in Collected Poetry with Blue Hallelujahs. Greg Hrbek has won the 2016 Lascaux Prize in Fiction with Not on Fire, but Burning.

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Contributor Annette Gendler’s memoir Jumping Over Shadows is now available on Amazon.

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David Salner has won the 2016 Lascaux Prize in Poetry with “Cheerleaders Practicing in Eveleth MN.”

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Contributor Hélène Cardona’s new poetry collection is now available on Amazon.

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