And the Winner is …

And the winners are ...

Our Top Ten for the Tillie Olsen Short Story Award 2018

Congratulations to the following authors for making the TOP TEN in the 2018 Tillie Olsen Short Story Award! One of these semi-finalists will be named the winner.

  1. Earth by Vanessa Garcia
  2. The Valley of Death by Jeannette Garrett
  3. Kitty Love by Ann Kammerer
  4. With the Sparrow by Mimi Kawahara
  5. night out by Kay Lin
  6. A Matter of Rocks by Judith McKenzie
  7. A set of distances by Rachael Mead
  8. Attention by Marianne Rogoff
  9. An Altar of Skins by Jeremy Schnotala
  10. Rehabilitation by Julie Zuckerman

 

Tillie Olsen Short Story Award 2018 Top Twenty Semi-Finalists

Congratulations to the following authors for being one of twenty semi-finalists for this year’s Tillie Olsen Short Story Award contest. The Tishman Review received over 275 entries, so making it to the Top Twenty is no small accomplishment. Some of these stories will move on to the Top Ten and one of these stories will be named the Winner. Stories are listed in alphabetical order of author surname. Stay tuned for more!

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  • Our Red Fish by Christopher Amato
  • Snow Rose Thick Where It Met the Ice by Corey Campbell
  • You’re Here Now by Lisa Cupolo
  • Outrageous Fortune by Dwight Curtis
  • The Marchioness by Corey Flintoff
  • Earth by Vanessa Garcia
  • The Valley of Death by Jeannette Garrett
  • Panic by Pamela Hartmann
  • Kitty Love by Ann Kammerer
  • With the Sparrow by Mimi Kawahara
  • night out by Kay Lin
  • El Tigre by Susan Lowell
  • A Matter of Rocks by Judith McKenzie
  • A set of distances by Rachael Mead
  • The Zeru by James Musgrave
  • Tin’s Story by Wendy Riley
  • Attention by Marianne Rogoff
  • An Altar of Skins by Jeremy Schnotala
  • Weekly Maintenance by Sonal Sher
  • Rehabilitation by Julie Zuckerman

 

Tillie Olsen Short Story Award 2018 Final Judge

The Tishman Review is pleased to announce the final judge of the 2018 Tillie Olsen Short Story Award is the award-winning author Tori Malcangio.

TORI

Tori Malcangio received her journalism degree from Arizona State University and her MFA from Bennington College. She lives with her family in San Diego where, besides writing fiction, she is also a freelance advertising copywriter. Stories are forthcoming or have appeared in: Glimmer Train, ZYZZYVA, The American Literary Review, The Chattahoochee Review, Mississippi Review, AGNI Online, Tampa Review, cream city review, River Styx, Ruminate, Passages North, and more. She is a winner of the William Van Dyke Short Story Prize, The American Literary Review Fiction Prize, and the Waasmode Short Fiction Prize. She was awarded a 2016 Writing by Writers Residency and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She hopes to one day find the last line to her novel.

Submissions open February 1 to March 30, 2018