Goddard MFA alumna Patty Flaherty (Pagan) announces a cash prize flash fiction contest from Spider Road Press. It’s their second annual contest. Spider Road Press publishes and promotes fiction by and/or about strong women. We believe that all brave, intelligent writing is literary, no matter what the subject matter. Writers, we invite you to embrace precision. Readers, we encourage you to stretch your imagination. Full details on our cash prize in this press release.
Clockhouse is pleased to announce its nominations for the 2016 Pushcart Prize: “Confidentially Speaking,” by Donavon Davidson “Going to the Dentist with the Mantra Love and Devotion,” by Robert Vivian “I Know a Little,” by Michael Carroll “Little Red
MFAW-VT student Lucy Snyder’s recent nonfiction book (Shooting Yourself In The Head For Fun And Profit: A Writer’s Survival Guide) and her short story collection (Soft Apocalypses) have both received Bram Stoker Award nominations.
by Brianna Johnson As my degree was conferred, I felt/I understood a quantum shift. The first, or first perceived, of a series of seemingly religious experiences. Saints and colors and relics and snags of bone. I spoke about bravery. And
Cara says, “Wooot!” What would you say if your second novel was made into a movie that won an award at Sundance? Read more about it, and about Cara, and find out where to see her this month (hint, at
FACULTY Ryan Boudinot‘s story “Readers and Writers,” originally published in Post Road and nominated for a Pushcart Prize, is a story of the month on the Committee Room. An interview with Ryan appears in the inaugural issue of online magazine