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Contributor Maggie Smith’s poetry collection, Good Bones, has been named one of the five best poetry collections in 2017 by the Washington Post.

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Contributor Alice Hatcher has won the Dzanc Books Prize for Fiction with The Wonder That Was Ours.

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Cady Vishniac has won the 2017 Lascaux Prize in Flash Fiction with “Clemency.”

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Contributor Lois P. Jones’s debut poetry collection, Night Ladder, is now available.

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Amanda Kabak has won the 2016 Lascaux Prize in Short Fiction with “Yellow Paper.”

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