Photo by Dereck Hammers

#34: Fall, 2020
Neva Bryan
Michael Amos Cody
Rachel Holbrook
Lisa McCormack
Nicholas A. White

Robert Cumming
John Jacobson
Jennie Kiffmeyer-Graham
Kip Knott
Sandi Paris

Laura Treacy Bentley
Roy Bentley
Cat Dixon
Kari Fisher
Karen l. George
Rachel Glass
Kari Gunter-Seymour
Ian Hall
Marc Harshman
Pamela Hirschler
Ron Houchin
Bill King
Laura Long
Lucien Darjeun Meadows
Valerie Nieman
Dante Novario
Linda Parsons
David Phillips
Sean Purio
Candance W Reaves
E. Samples
Jayne Moore Waldrop
Kathryn Weld

Leah Hampton
author of F*ckface And Other Stories

Joy Priest
author of Horsepower, poems
Randall Horton
Let Words Be Our Healing Power

Elaine Neil Orr
Write for Your Life

Emry Trantham
North Carolina Outdoors

Laura Dennis on Like Light, Like Music
a novel by Lana K. W. Austin

Tyler Childers
Long Violent History

Congratulations to our Pushcart Prize nominees, 2021:

Ian Hall, Crowfare (poetry)
Susan O'Dell Underwood, Ghazal of the Farmers' Daughter (poetry)

Jennie Kiffmeyer-Graham, Wren (creative nonfiction)
Elaine Neil Orr, Stitch (creative nonfiction)

Rachel Holbrook, This Right Here Is God (fiction)
Nicholas A. White, Hartwell Gold (fiction)

Congratulations to our Best Small Fictions nominees, 2020,
(featuring micro and flash fiction, haibun stories, and prose poetry):

Richard Childers, Mercy (flash fiction)
Andy Fogle, Everglade Stacks (prose poem)

Congratulations to our Best of the Net nominees, 2020:

Chelyen Davis, The Ghost of Conway Twitty (fiction)
Cathy Rigg Monetti, Edna Allen's Descent (fiction)

Jessica Cory, Forsaken (poetry)
Genevieve Creedon, Skin (poetry)
Robert René Galván, L'heure Bleue - The Time of Evening (poetry)
Pauletta Hansel, Home Is the Place Where . . . (poetry)
Heather Loudermilk, Sopping Wet (poetry)
Frank X Walker, Combustibles (poetry)

Shelly Ayers, Samson (creative nonfiction)
Jane Hicks, Safe Route (creative nonfiction)

photo by Dereck Hammers

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