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Meet Our 2017 Pushcart Nominees

We at The Tishman Review are proud to announce our nominees for this year’s Pushcart Prize. Because we are huge fans of all the work we publish in our journal, it is always a challenge narrowing down our list of potential nominees. However, we believe the writers listed below represent some of the finest work we’ve published this year.

Keep reading to learn more about these promising writers!

Emma Wunsch

emma wunschEmma Wunsch was nominated for her short story “Looking for Cat Stevens,” which appeared in our July issue this year. Emma has an MFA from Brooklyn College and is the author of the young adult novel The Movie Version.  Her short stories have been published in a variety of journals including Passages North, The Best of the Bellevue Review, Lit, J Journal, and The Brooklyn Review. She lives and works in New Hampshire with her family. Her website is emmawunsch.com, and she’s on Twitter @emmawunsch.

Who was the first person you told about your nomination?

All of the people in my house had already gone to bed so the first person I told about my nomination was my dog Ruby. She was sleeping on the couch, but I gave her a pet and said, “My story got nominated for a prize!” In the fictionalized account, she would’ve grumbled that she was offended by the word cat in the title, but in reality she just continued to sleep. 

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Alysse Kathleen McCanna

alysseAlysse Kathleen McCanna was nominated for her poem “It’s Not Like the Movies,” which appeared in our January 2017 issue. Alysse is currently pursuing her PhD in English at Oklahoma State University. She is Associate Editor of Pilgrimage Magazine and received her MFA in Writing and Literature from Bennington College in 2015. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from poets.org, Lunch Ticket, Barrow Street, Boulevard, Midwestern Gothic, and other journals. She lives in Stillwater, OK, where she and her fiancé bask in the heat of the prairie and tend to their growing menagerie.

How did you celebrate your nomination?

 I celebrated my nomination by pouring a glass of wine and then sending out more poems.

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Kim Noriega

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Kim Noriega was nominated for her poem “Postcard to My Younger Self Beneath the Apple Trees,” which appeared in our January issue. Kim is the author of Name Me published by Fortunate Daughter Press. Her poetry and nonfiction have appeared in journals and anthologies including: American Life in PoetryParis-Atlantic, and Split Lip. She was a finalist for the Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize and the winner of the San Miguel Literary Sala’s 2017 Flash Writing Contest Nonfiction Prize. Kim lives in San Diego where she heads San Diego Public Library’s family literacy program.

Who was the first person you told about your nomination?

Actually, the first “person” I told that I’d been nominated for a Pushcart Prize was my Calico, Sundari, since she was trying to sit on my keyboard while I was trying to read my email. She was quite excited to hear the news as evidence by her exuberant “Meow!” Or she wanted me to quit reading my email and pay attention to her. Then, I called my husband, who was excited for me too.

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Karla Van Vliet

TishmanTenKarlaVanVlietKarla Van Vliet was nominated for her poem “If My Body Were a Country Meadow Edged by a Shadowed Wood,” which appeared in our January issue. Karla is the author of two collections of poems, From the Book of Remembrance and The River From My Mouth, published by Shanti Arts.  She is an Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize finalist and a Best of the Net nominee. Her poems have appeared in Poet Lore, Green Mountains Review, Cronnog Magazine, and others. Her chapbook Fragments: From the Lost Book of the Bird Spirit is forthcoming from Folded Word. Karla is a co-founder and editor of deLuge Journal. She is an Integrative Dreamwork analyst, artist, and administrator of the New England Young Writers’ Conference at Bread Loaf, Middlebury College. Karla lives in Bristol, Vermont.

What were you doing when you found out you’d been nominated for a Pushcart?

I’m scrolling down through my email inbox, with its 1045 out of 5257 unread messages, highlighting emails to trash. I’m just keeping my head above water here, so many emails from stores I once bought a now forgotten item from but must have been, silver wire, clothing, vitamins, boots, or books. I’m hounded here by the consumerism of my life; it’s not a good look. I want to quickly sweep these reminders under the rug and keep only important emails to peruse at a later time, no time now, really, I’m just putting off sleep.

I notice another kind of email here as well, that’s the one that says it’s from _____ ______, (insert name I might recognize) but upon closer inspection is the DCCC or a nature conservatory writing to tell me the state of the world is bad and if I don’t send money soon all will be lost. So, I’m a little put off, it’s late and I’m about to go to sleep, the end of the world is nearly the last thing I want to hear about. I would, after all, like a good night’s rest.

And then I see the subject line “Re: Pushcart Nominee Announce…” highlighted in messages I’m set to delete, my curser hovering over the little garbage pail. I pause.

I un-highlight the message, open it. At first I don’t understand the leading sentence “We at The Tishman Review are pleased to announce you as our 2017 Pushcart nominees.” I think, “that sentence seems strange.” And then I read “Congratulations!” And it dawns on me, the obvious at this point, I’m one of the nominees! Wow! Wait? What? Wow!

Thank God for pausing, I always say. And for a heart that can switch from grumpy and tired to oh-so-touched as fast as a horse coming around a barrel. Because my heart is full of gratitude and I graciously thank The Tishman Review for their support and the honor to represent them as nominee.

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Alysia Nicole Harris

21688398_1845654212118875_774305517422980032_oAlysia Nicole Harris was nominated for her poem “Exegesis” (with a line from Richard Siken), which appeared in our October issue. Alysia is a performance artist, poet, and linguist.  She has performed at the US Embassy and at the United Nations and has toured nationally and internationally for the past eight years.  Alysia has been featured on HBO, Blavity, Shine for Harriet, and Nylon Magazine, and her work has appeared in Best New Poets, Indiana Review, Callaloo, and Solstice Magazine, among others. She lives in Atlanta and serves as managing editor at Scalawag Magazine.

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Judith Alexander-McGovern

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Judith Alexander-McGovern was nominated for her short story “Death with Dignity,” which appeared in our October 2017 issueJudith’s short stories have been published in Alligator Juniper and The Timberline Review. She has an MA in Latin American Literature and flirted briefly with a PhD in Medieval Spanish Literature before realizing she would someday have to make a living. Succumbing to the siren call of finance, she spent thirty-four years in banking, including stints as a money market trader, portfolio analyst, and regulatory reporting manager. Liberated by retirement, she has returned to a life of the mind. She lives in Seattle with her husband and the untarnished memories of several exceptional cats.

What was your reaction to finding out you were nominated?

My reaction to my nomination mirrors today’s multiple platforms for communication. The first person I told was my husband, who was sitting 20 feet away in the den. Next, I texted my librarian friend in Idaho. A little while later I emailed my youngest son in New York. Not long afterward I told my writing groups, in person and through email. I have, however, managed to refrain from sharing the news with random passersby!

Pen/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers 2017 Nominees

We at The Tishman Review are excited to announce our nominees for the  PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers. The prize “recognizes twelve emerging fiction writers each year for their debut short story” and “aims to support the launch of their careers as fiction writers.”

It is always an immense honor to be able to bring a writer’s debut work into the world. We are pleased to recognize these talented emerging writers with our nomination.

Without further ado, meet the 2017 nominees!

Lacey Brummer, nominated for her story “Sunset Orange,” TTR 3.3

Lacey_BrummerLacey Brummer is a Nebraska farm girl currently living, working, and writing in Manhattan, Kansas. She received her B.A. in English from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2013. As an undergraduate, she was a three-time winner of the Paul and Clarice Reynolds creative writing scholarship, including one first place and two second place awardsShe received her MA in English from Kansas State University in 2015. Her creative and critical work appeared in student publications at both universities. The short story “Sunset Orange,” which first appeared in The Tishman Reviewwas her first professional publication. 

Emily Everett, nominated for her story “In an Emergency,” TTR. 3.2

IMG_2398 finalEmily Everett studied literature, language, and music at Smith College and University College London. She received her MA from Queen Mary University of London, and studied creative writing at Birkbeck University of London. Her work has appeared recently in The Tishman Review and online for Take Magazine. She is managing editor of The Common in Amherst, Massachusetts.

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Best of the Net 2017 Creative Nonfiction Nominees

In the final installment of our Best of the Net 2017 nominees, we are pleased to nominate the following pieces and writers for their work to be included in the Best of the Net Anthology, a project of Sundress Publications.

Sara Alaica, nominated for her creative nonfiction piece “The Iron Gates” TTR 2.4

015-3494126652-O-Sara Alaica is a citizen of the world and a nomad. Her work focuses on her experiences growing up in Serbia and living abroad in Asia, Europe, and the US. Her work has been featured in Vela and Cleaver, among others, and her first book, Kula, a Serbian-language novel, was published in Belgrade in 2014. She is currently working on her second novel set in Yugoslavia during the 1960s. She blogs at saraalaica.com

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Haili Jones Graff, nominated for her creative nonfiction piece “A Salvage-Yard Reunion” TTR 2.4

HailiJonesGraffHaili Jones Graff is a writer, editor, and performer living in Portland, Oregon. She is a contributor to Bitch magazine, and her more literary writing has appeared in The Notebook: A Progressive Journal for Women & Girls with Rural and Small-Town Roots and online at Luna LunaThe Manifest-Station, and Hip Mama. She also performs with Mortified Portland.

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Best of the Net 2017 Fiction Nominees

We are beyond delighted to nominate the following pieces and writers for their work to be included in the Best of the Net Anthology, a project of Sundress Publications.

René Houtrides, nominated for her fiction piece “The Ride of Her Life” TTR 2.4

Rene HoutridesRené Houtrides was born and raised near Manhattan’s Chinatown and Little Italy. Her stories have appeared in The Georgia Review, New Ohio Review, Crack the Spine Literary Magazine, Mississippi Review, Carve Magazine, and other publications. Her story “Knife, Barn, My Harvey” was included in The Georgia Review’s Spring 2011 retrospective of the finest short stories from the past 25 years, and her story  “Workers in Trees” was included in the print anthology of the best Crack the Spine Literary Magazine stories of 2013. She was a staff writer for the Woodstock Times, and her weekly sports column, for the same newspaper, received a First Place New York Press Association Award. Her personal essays have aired on public radio. Her play Calamity Jane was produced in New York City. She holds an MFA in writing from Bard College and is currently on the faculty of The Juilliard School’s drama division.

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Rick Hoffman, nominated for his fiction piece “Biyanî” TTR 3.2

Rick Hoffman is a high school English teacher. His stage play, The Rocky Road to Dublin, won the Huntington Village Theatre Company’s contest for Long Island playwrights in 2003. He is the author of the novel The Devils That Haunt You, and his short fiction has appeared in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature and Driftwood Press, where he has also served as a guest editor. His upcoming work is scheduled to appear in the December 2017 issue of Edify Fiction. He lives with his wife and sons on Long Island, where he is writing his second novel.

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Best of the Net 2017 Poetry Nominees

It is our immense pleasure to nominate the following pieces and writers for their work to be included in the Best of the Net Anthology, a project of Sundress Publications.

PARTRIDGE BOSWELL, nominated for his poem “Flying home after the protest” TTR 3.1

Partridge Boswell Mt Battie DSC_0586Recipient of this year’s Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize for his poem “Flying home after the protest,” Partridge Boswell is the author of Some Far Country, winner of the Grolier Poetry Prize. His poems have recently surfaced in The Gettysburg Review, SalmagundiThe American Poetry ReviewGreen Mountains ReviewHayden’s Ferry Review, and Forklift, Ohio. Co-founder of Bookstock literary festival and the poetry/music group Los Lorcas, he teaches at Burlington Writers Workshop and lives with his family in Vermont.

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LISA MECHAM, nominated for her poem “Trespassing”  TTR 2.3

Lisa Mecham Lisa Mecham writes a little bit of everything and her work has appeared in Amazon’s Day OneCatapult, and The Collapsar, among other publications. She has served as an editor, advisory board member, and reader for various literary magazines, and as a social worker, she writes grants for social justice oriented non-profits.

A Midwesterner at heart, Lisa lives in Los Angeles with her two daughters where she’s finishing a book about mental illness in the suburbs; think: “The Shining” meets “Revolutionary Road.”

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ALYSSE McCANNA, nominated for her poem “It’s Not Like the Movies” TTR 3.1

alysseAlysse Kathleen McCanna is currently pursuing her PhD in English at Oklahoma State University. She is the Associate Editor of Pilgrimage Magazine and received her MFA in Writing and Literature from Bennington College in 2015. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from poets.org, Lunch Ticket, Barrow Street, Boulevard, and other journals.

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KYLE ADAMSON, nominated for his poem “Retrograde” TTR 3.2

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Kyle Adamson has an MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars and a BFA from Hamline University. He is the winner of the AWP Intro to Journals Award in poetry, a Pushcart nominee, and a finalist in the Consequence Poetry Prize. His work can be found in the Water~Stone Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, the Beloit Poetry Journal, and others. He served in the Marine Corps infantry and deployed twice to Iraq. Kyle lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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ADRIAN POTTER, nominated for his poem “RX for the Blues” TTR 3.1

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Adrian S. Potter writes poetry and short fiction. He is the author of the fiction chapbook Survival Notes (Červená Barva Press, 2008) and winner of the 2010 Southern Illinois Writers Guild Poetry Contest. Some publication credits include North American Review, Jet Fuel Review, Obsidian, and Kansas City Voices. He blogs, sometimes, at http://adrianspotter.com/.

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KIM NORIEGA, nominated for her poem,Postcard to My Younger Self Beneath the Apple Trees” TTR 3.1

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Kim Noriega is the author of Name Me published by Fortunate Daughter Press. Her poems have appeared in journals and anthologies including: American Life in PoetryParis-Atlantic, and Split Lip.  She was a finalist for the 2016 Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize, and a semi-finalist for the 2016 James Baker-Hall Memorial Prize in Poetry. Kim grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and still loves apple-blossom showers in spring and Vera’s Bakery at the famous West Side Market for Hungarian nut roll at Christmas. She lives in San Diego where she heads San Diego Public Library’s family literacy program.

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And the WINNER Is …

The Tishman Review is pleased to announce that final judge Linda LeGarde Grover has selected the short story “Confluence” by Adam Kotlarczyk as the WINNER of the 2017 Tillie Olsen Short Story Award!

 

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Adam Kotlarczyk

Adam Kotlarczyk’s fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. His stories have appeared in such publications as The Tishman Review, The First Line, Alt Hist, Dual Coast Magazine, Dovetales Literary Journal, With Painted Words, and SQ Mag. Adam has written articles and produced scholarship for publications including The Illinois Association for Gifted Children Journal and Notes on American Literature. He recently completed his first novel, a fantasy epic. Adam has a Ph.D. in English and teaches literature and writing at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, a public residential high school near Chicago for gifted and talented students.

You can read more of Adam’s writing here:

“Prison Ghost Tours, Inc.” in With Painted Words

The Super Sea Trade League Strike Force (TM)” in Cahoodaloodaling

Outbreak” in SQ Mag

Big Teacher” in The Tishman Review 2.2

Congratulations, Adam!

 

Tillie Olsen Short Story Award 2017 Special Mention by Linda LeGarde Grover

Oshini by Grace Singh Smith

Tillie Olsen Short Story Award 2017 Semi-Finalists

Sangfroid in Two Movements by Lee Kvern

How Poor People Decorate by LB Johnston

Vacancy by Keren Heenan

Boat People by Y.L. Fein

Make Your Mother Happy by billy lombardo

The Road to Leongatha by Alex Reece Abbott

Let Mythical Beasts Flourish by David Armstrong

Addition by Ksenia Lakovic

The Nebraska Hula by Kendall Klym

Somebody Else’s Christmas by Shayne Laughter

The Paring Knife by Brady Huggett

Cindy Jack and the Town Drunks by Markus Egeler Jones

Crocodile in the Elevator by Gail Schwartz

Such Sweet Thunder by David Norman

The Star Spiders by Douglas Thiele

We Began to Live by Jennifer Gravley

Drenched by Israela Margalit

The Easy One by John Maki

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Thank you to everyone who entered the contest. 

The Tishman Review 3.3 Launches on July 30th with the Winning Short Story, the Special Mention, and two of the Semi-Finalists! Upcoming issues will also host other semi-finalists. Fabulous stories to knock your slippers about and make sure we remember Tillie Olsen.

Best Small Fictions Winner 2017

Congratulations to Randall Brown!

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Randall’s flash fiction “What a Beautiful Dream” will be published in Best Small Fictions 2017, guest edited by Amy Hempel. “What a Beautiful Dream” appeared in the July 2016 issue of The Tishman Review.

Randall Brown is the author of Mad to Live, a collection that sold out in a month and was reprinted by PS Books as a Deluxe Edition. His work appears in Best Small Fictions 2015 and 2017, The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction, The Norton Anthology of Hint Fiction, and Grey House’s Critical Insights: American Short Story & Critical Insights: Flash Fiction. He has been published and anthologized widely, both online and in print, in places such as American Short Fiction, Mississippi Review, Cream City Review, Harpur Palate, and Chicago Quarterly Review. Also, he’s been a finalist or place-winner in a number of contests, including Tin House’s Master Plotto Contest, Alligator Juniper’s National Writing Contest, Press 53’s Flash Fiction Contest, and Glimmer Train’s Short Fiction Contest; and his writing has been nominated for O’Henry, Best of the Web, Million Writers, and over a dozen Pushcart awards. He is the founder and managing editor of FlashFiction.Net, Matter Press, and The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts. He received his MFA from Vermont College and now teaches in Rosemont College’s MFA in Creative Writing Program, after a three-year stint as the program’s director.

Read More of Randall’s Work:

Disintegration by Randall Brown

http://rkvryquarterly.com/stick-figure-suicide-by-randall-brown/

Distance

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5845d70920099ec07a093985/t/588aa6c4ff7c504c63aafe73/1485481668282/Brown.pdf

 

Best Small Fictions 2017 Winner

Congratulations to Oscar Mancinas!

Oscar’s flash fiction “Tourista” will be published in Best Small Fictions 2017, guest edited by Amy Hempel. “Tourista” appeared in the October 2016 issue of The Tishman Review.

Oscar Mancinas is the proud son of Mexican immigrants. He obtained his MFA in fiction from Emerson College, and he’ll start his PhD in Transborder Studies at Arizona State University in the fall. You can find his fiction at Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Cosmonauts Avenue, and, of course, The Tishman Review. His poetry can be found, or is forthcoming, in Blue Mesa Review and Hayden’s Ferry Review. He also contributes (semi-)regularly to latinosbelike.tumblr.comBother him on Twitter @oscar_wildin.

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Poem of the Day for National Poetry Month

Happy National Poetry Month!

Tune in here everyday for the Poem of the Day from TTR, featuring works from some of our greatest contributor-poets.

Sunday April 30, 2017: FLYING HOME AFTER THE PROTEST by Partridge Boswell, TTR 3.1

Saturday, April 29, 2017: POSTCARD TO MY YOUNGER SELF BENEATH THE APPLE TREES by Kim Noriega, TTR 3.1

Friday, April 28, 2017: IT’S NOT LIKE THE MOVIES by Alysse McCanna TTR 3.1

Thursday, April 27, 2017: POETS WITHOUT WATCHES by V. Hansmann, TTR 3.1 

Wednesday, April 26, 2017: BORDER PUMPKINS by Kaitlin LaMoine Martin, TTR 2.4

Tuesday, April 25, 2017: BOOT CAMP by Ron Riekke, TTR 2.4

Monday, April 24, 2017: THE MAN IN BLUE ORDERS GUINNESS AND A PLAIN FILLET by Chloe Stricklin, TTR 2.4

Sunday, April 23, 2017: TRESPASSING by Lisa Mecham, TTR 2.3

Saturday, April 22, 2017: PRISON JANITORIAL by Tyler Erlendson, TTR 2.3

Friday, April 21, 2017: RUMBLE by Ed Doerr, TTR 2.3

Thursday, April 20, 2017: LARCHWOOD, IOWA by Dylan Debelis: TTR 2.3

Wednesday, April 19, 2017: A LESSON IN ANEMOLOGY by Tonya Sauer, TTR 2.2

Tuesday, April 18, 2017: POSTLUDE by Adrian Potter, TTR 2.2

Monday, April 17, 2017: MOORE STREET, DUBLIN, 2006 by Jean Kim TTR 2.2

Sunday, April 16, 2017: FIELD by Elijah Burrell, TTR 21.

Saturday, April 15, 2017: DRINKING WITH SPIDERS by Jim Gustafson, TTR 2.1

Friday, April 14, 2017: NOT THE WAR by Jessica Wallace: TTR 2.1

Thursday, April 13, 2017: GREEN ROOM by Willa Carroll, TTR 2.1

Wednesday, April 12, 2017: FALLING, FALLING by Frank Modica, TTR 1.4

Tuesday, April 11, 2017: COMING APART IN PUERTO VALLARTA by Elizabeth Gibson, TTR 1.4

Monday, April 10, 2017: MOHAWK VALLEY by Bethany Bowman, TTR 1.4

Sunday April 9, 2017: HORSE LUBBER by Carrie Naughton, TTR 1.4

Saturday, April 8, 2017: INTERIOR WITH SNOW by Shevaun Brannigan, TTR 1.3

Friday, April 7, 2017: CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA by Nicole Santalucia, TTR 1.3

Thursday, April 6, 2017: BOAT PRAYER by Karla Van Vliet, TTR 1.3

Wednesday, April 5, 2017: LEAVING FORT CARSON by Larry Narron, TTR 1.3

Tuesday, April 4, 2017: CONVERSATION ON THE BALCONY by Tom Holmes,  TTR 1.2

Monday, April 3, 2017: I SLIPPED THROUGH A SHADOW by Alisha Erin Hillam, TTR 1.2

Sunday, April 2, 2017: TO FLOAT by J. Adam Collins, TTR 1.2

Saturday April 1, 2017: GROOM by Ace Boggess, TTR 1.2

2016 storySouth Million Writers Award Winner

Congratulations to Lee L. Krecklow winner of the 2016 storySouth Million Writers Award!!

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Lee won this year’s storySouth Million Writers Award for his short story “The Son of Summer and Eli.”

You can click here to read Lee’s fabulous story in The Tishman Review 1.2 : The Son of Summer and Eli .

Lee L. Krecklow is the author of The Expanse Between (2017, Winter Goose Publishing). He’s lived his whole life in the Milwaukee area, earning his bacehlor’s degree from UWM, where he focused on film studies, English and journalism. He was the winner of the 2016 storySouth Million Writers Award for his story The Son of Summer and Eli (The Tishman Review 1.2). Other recent work has been included in Eclectica, Oxford Magazine, Midwestern Gothic, and Storycord.

 

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When former writer and social recluse Thomas Stone witnesses through his window a violent fight between his neighbor and her boyfriend, the scene ignites memories that, years earlier, inspired his only celebrated novel. Revitalized, he writes what he witnessed and, for weeks after, watches his neighbor ceaselessly, secretly following her when she leaves her home, using her to inform his “fictional” character. But when contact with her is threatened, Thomas panics and begins pulling any strings he can to propel his story—his creation—toward a conclusion on his own terms.

“Krecklow delves deep into the issues of lust, morality, and the mirage of privacy in these
pages—his captivating characters are at once unsympathetic and unflinchingly human.”
-Sara Rauch, Editor, Cactus Heart Press

“Krecklow’s voice clamors for a truth, one which comes from the edges of near misses and modern relationships.” -Jim Warner, Host, Citizen Lit

 

About The Expanse Between

Release Date: May 9th, 2017
List Price: $13.99 Print / $5.99 eBook
ISBN: 978-1-941058-61-9
Language: English
Page Count: 245
Genre: Literary, Suspense, Noir
Formats: Paperback (6” x 9”), Kindle, Nook
Distribution: Ingram

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