New American Writing (Poetry & Prose, Number 16)

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Isn't just American and - this volume at least - is just poetry. More accurately, it could be titled "(mostly) New (mostly) American Poetry." In addition to being a challenge to read, much of the material seemed rather uninspired (and uninspiring), intellectual, middle-class, and aimed at 5/5(1).

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Finalists for the New American Fiction Prize include: —Dead Reckoning and Other Stories, by Shannon Kernaghan of Alberta, CAN.

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Order by check from: New American Writing Molino Avenue Mill Valley, CA Bookstores should order from: TNG Distribution Lake Park Drive, Suite Smyrna, GA () Maxine Chernoff chairs the Creative Writing Department at is a NEA Poetry Fellow and the winner of the PEN USA Translation Award for her co-translation of the Selected Poems of Friedrich is the author of 6 works of fiction including the NYT Notable book, Signs of is the author of 14 books of poetry, most recently To Be Read in the Dark (Omnidawn, Submissions - NEW AMERICAN WRITING.

It is recommended that you send no more than five poems in each submission. We aren't considering fiction at the present time. Work not accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope will not be returned.

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Native American cultures have a rich history of oral literature. Mayan books from as far back as the 5th century are known, and it is believed that the Maya started writing things down centuries before that.

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He has written and published the very successful Survivalist series in particular. This series is also known by the name Going Home series. Her writing has appeared in BOMB, Harper’s, the Los Angeles Review of Books, n+1 and the Paris Review Daily.

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This year's final judge is NICK WHITE, a Mississippi native whose books include the novel How to Survive a Summer (Blue Rider/Penguin, ) and the story collection Sweet and Low (Blue Rider/Penguin, ). Nick is an Assistant Professor of English at The Ohio State University's MFA Program in Creative Writing.

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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Final judge this year is JOHN McNALLY, the author of three novels, After the Workshop, America's Report Card, and The Book of Ralph; and two story collections, Ghosts of Chicago and Troublemakers.

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