Pushcart Prize Nominees

Superstition ReviewWhile we’re celebrating the launch of Issue 10, we thought we’d announce our 2012 Pushcart Nominees. Congratulations, and good luck.

Kamilah Aisha Moon, Nonfiction, “Riker’s Island Writers Workshop” Issue 10 Fall 2012

John Gist, Nonfiction, “Zen on the Rez” Issue 9 Spring 2012

Mary Sojourner, Fiction, “El’s Full of Beautiful People” Issue 10 Fall 2012

Allyson Stack, Fiction, “The Front” Issue 9 Spring 2012

Suzanne Marie Hopcroft, Poetry, “Errata” Issue 9 Spring 2012

Erin Elizabeth Smith, Poetry, “Fables” Issue 10 Spring 2012

Patricia Murphy

Patricia Colleen Murphy is the founding editor of Superstition Review. Her writing has appeared in many literary journals, including The Iowa Review, Quarterly West, and American Poetry Review. She has received awards from Gulf Coast, Glimmer Train Press, The GSU Review, The Southern California Review, The Adirondack Review, and The Madison Review.

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2 thoughts on “Pushcart Prize Nominees

  • December 6, 2012 at 9:17 am
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    “The Front” by Allyson Stack was the first S[R] story I read last summer. It also happened to be my introduction to the lit mag world and I remember thinking to myself- wow, what else have I been missing out on!? I look forward to reading the nominations from issue 10.

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  • December 6, 2012 at 11:29 pm
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    I also look forward to reading the rest of the nominations. Allyson’s story wasn’t the first S[R] story I read, but it was a good story nonetheless!

    Mary’s piece is lovely. I remember Trish had to explain to me what an el is. (: I grew to appreciate the story more after that.

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