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Pushcart Prize Nominations

NOVEMBER 26, 2013 by LUKE HANKINS

We are pleased to announce our 2013 nominations for the Pushcart Prize anthology, which has been published every year since 1976. Inclusion in this anthology has long been considered a high honor among writers and editors. Best of luck to our nominees!

 

“Farm” by Briar DeHaven
“Tremolando” by Claire Bateman
“Outside the Complex” by Philip Metres
“The Genes We’d Choose” by Sofia M. Starnes
“Victoria Woodhull Learns to Speak” by Malaika King Albrecht
“Discipline” by Tarfia Faizullah
 
 
Luke Hankins, Poetry Editor

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LUKE HANKINS

Luke Hankins is poetry editor at The Freeman. He is the author of a collection of poems, Weak Devotions, and the editor of Poems of Devotion: An Anthology of Recent Poets (both from Wipf & Stock).

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