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Jessie Ann Foley, who has work in Issue 14, was awarded the Sheehan Book Prize YA Lit for her novel The Carnival at Bray, which will be published by Elephant Rock Books in October.

Mark Maire, who has work in Issue 14, recently had a poem accepted for publication in the Fall 2014 issue of Talking River.

Rebecca McKanna, who has work in Issue 14, was a finalist for Narrative Magazine‘s Winter Short Story Contest. Her piece will be published in an upcoming issue as well.

Joe Weintraub, who has work in Issue 14, has recently had stories published in Chicago Quarterly Review and Oyez Review; poetry in Slant, Comstock Review, and the anthologies {Ex}tinguished & {Ex}tinct (Twelve Winters Press) and The Mountain (Outrider Press); an annotated translation in Gastronomica; and essays in Qu and Between the Lines, the latter of which won the Arnold Award from Holy Names University, given to “revolutionary works of nonfiction prose devoted to social change.”  That essay can be found here:

Amanda Williamsen, who had work in Issue 12, had a poem published in the New Ohio Review, and recently won the Judson Jerome poetry scholarship to attend the Antioch Writers’ Workshop.

James Winter, who had work in Issue 5, recently had his short story “A Very Small Flame” published in the current issue (193) of One Story. In addition, he participated in a small interview with the editors of One Story.

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