2017 Pushcart Prize Nominees

Dec 9, 2015 by

 

It’s that time of year again, the Pushcart Prize nominations are in and we’re proud to announce our contributions! It’s been a great second year for 67 Press and this year’s nominations are a prime example of the talent we’ve been able to find.  If you haven’t read these stories yet, pick up a copy of Affinity and see for yourself.

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Without further adieu, here are this year’s nominations:

Digestivo and Interstate Exit – Jim Doering

Jim Doering’s stories have been featured in Meat For Tea, Punchnel’s, Mad Scientist Journal, The Daily Palette, Prime Number Magazine, Blue Monday Review, and the anthology The Salmagundi. His work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He serves as Executive Editor of Blue Monday Review.

 

All I Want – Richard Cabut

Richard Cabut’s fiction and poetry has appeared in various magazines and books. His plays have been staged in fringe London theatres. He has also written for several national newspapers and media organizations. In the past, he played bass and proselytized on behalf of the punk group Brigandage. He lives in London and works as a writer.

 

Miriam’s Song – Larry Lefkowitz

Larry Lefkowitz grew up in the U.S. and immigrated to Israel in 1972. His literary novel The Novel, Kunzman, The Novel! and his anthology Laughing into the Fourth Dimension are available from Amazon books. He has had many short stories published in journals, anthologies, and online.

 

A Beautiful Noise – Victoria Briggs

Victoria Briggs lives in London and is a graduate of Middlesex University’s Creative Writing MA. She has worked previously in magazine publishing and once won the Asham Award for women writers. She has had stories published in Quarterly Women’s Fiction and Prole magazine.

 

We End Up Here – Chloe Johnson

Chloe Johnson drinks espresso and craves gin, but usually not together. She studied Creative Writing at the University of St. Thomas and served as editor of the Summit Avenue Review. She gathers peculiar moments into tiny notebooks. Her stories explore the unsettling and painful layers of everyday people wrapped inside the mundane and familiar. She lives in Kansas City.

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