Pushcart Prize Nominees for 2013

We’re excited to announce our nominees for the Pushcart Prize, as seen in the 2012 issues of Ploughshares.  If selected, their work will be published in volume XXXVII of The Pushcart Prize: The Best of the Small Presses.

Good luck to all our poetry and prose nominees!

Fiction

 “Days of Being Mild” by Xuan Juliana Wang, from Ploughshares Winter 2012-13, guest-edited by Ladette Randolph and John Skoyles

“Grace” by Joshua Howes, from Ploughshares Winter 2012-13, guest-edited by Ladette Randolph and John Skoyles

Nonfiction

“Evil Tongue” by Dani Shapiro, from Ploughshares Fall 2012, guest-edited by Patricia Hampl

“What Happens in Hell” by Charles Baxter, from Ploughshares Fall 2012, guest-edited by Patricia Hampl

Poetry

“Visit #1″ by Afaa Michael Weaver, from Ploughshares Winter 2012-13, guest-edited by Ladette Randolph and John Skoyles

“Waiting at the River” by Marie Howe, from Ploughshares Spring 2012, guest-edited by Nick Flynn



About Miriam Cook

Miriam Cook is the Marketing Assistant at Ploughshares and an MFA in Fiction candidate at Emerson College. Prior to joining the Ploughshares staff, she earned a BA in English at Whitman College and worked as a Program Coordinator at NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network.
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One Response to Pushcart Prize Nominees for 2013

  1. Else says:

    Grace is a fantastic story – a pleasure to read