2019 Dreamers Pushcart Prize Nominations
…we’re pleased to announce our 2019 Pushcart Prize nominations!
The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses honours the best poems, fiction and non-fiction in the literary genre. It is “the most honoured literary series in America.” Magazines (both print and online) and small book publishers can nominate up to 6 pieces for consideration from among their past years publications. Approximately 70 submissions will be selected from the thousands submitted by small presses and will appear in the annual Pushcart Prize anthology.
Here are the Dreamers Pushcart Prize nominations:
- REINCARNATION, a poem by Karla Cordero, published March 25
- For David, a non-fiction story by Chandy C. John, published May 18
- Dismantler, a poem by Gabriel Jarman, published June 15
- Asking for Less – Two Fingers, a poem by Breia Gore, published June 24
- Seven and Dying, a poem by David Magill, published Sept. 2
- Dog Men (A Prison Story), a poem by Cody Marsh, published Nov. 22
Have you read these yet? If not, now’s the perfect time to get some quality reading in.
Please join us in congratulating these 6 authors, and all the other authors nominated for a Pushcart Prize this year.
Dreamers began operations on December 27th, 2017, so this is our very first set of Pushcart Prize nominations. We’re so excited about it!
Read the whole Dreamers story to find out why we exist: Writing Dreams, Rewriting Life
Thanks to all the Dreamers authors – deciding on only 6 pieces out of everything we’ve published this year was extremely difficult. You all deserve this nomination.
*This post was published on December 7, 2018
About the Author – Kat McNichol
Kat McNichol is the Editor-in-Chief of Dreamers Creative Writing and the Co-Editor for the Journal of Integrated Studies. She is also a Director of Marketing-Communications in Waterloo and has spent the past 12+ years writing marketing copy for the high-tech industry. She holds a B.A. in English Literature, and an MAIS in Writing and New Media, and Literary Studies, and she is working on a PhD in Career Writing at the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands.