The Story Prize, an annual award for books of short fiction, has recently released its 2011 award winners. Three outstanding short story collections were chosen from among a field of 92 books that 60 different publishers or imprints submitted in 2011. With so many worthy entries this year, The Story Prize included an additional list of seven outstanding contenders and 25 noteworthy mentions.
We would like to congratulate all of our SR contributors who made the list:
Issue 3 contributor Edith Pearlman‘s book Binocular Vision was one of the three award winners.
Issue 2 contributor, Michael Martone from Issue 4.
Caitlin Horrocks, mentioned for her book, This Is Not Your City, will be featured in our upcoming release of Superstition Review Issue 9.
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