Kelly McQuain is the Winner of the TRP Southern Poetry Breakthrough Prize: West Virginia
A tale of intrigue and suspense sent in Galveston, where a retired Army special forces operative struggles with the things he had to do during his service. Then he is unexpectedly recruited to carry out one more mission, plunging him into a battle between his conscience and his patriotism.
Eric Hoffer Book Award: Matt W. Miller, Caridad Moro-Gronlier, and Ryan Vine
Our final judge Selah Saterstrom has selected Transmission by J.E. Sumerau as the winner of this year’s prize.
“Linked stories can allow you to create a portrait of a character or a place, or both, in a much different way from a novel. In story collections, the connections can be looser, characters can transform in surprising and sometimes jarring ways.” Thomas H. McNeely interviewed by Malena Watrous for Stanford’s The Writer’s Spotlight. ReadContinue reading “Thomas H. McNeely discusses linked stories for The Writer’s Spotlight”
Our final judge Kazim Ali has selected Where Are the Snows by Kathleen Rooney as the winner of this year’s prize.
The debut poetry collection by Brooke Sahni, Before I Had the Word, is now available as an ebook! Take these stunning poems on the go with you on your phone, tablet, or Kindle! Get yours wherever ebooks are sold.
Contributing writer Elizabeth Evans recently interviewed 2016 Clay Reynolds Novella Prize runner up and author of On the Rocks, Theodora Bishop.
My friend has a habit of reading the last page of a book, before ever looking at the first page.
Another friend doesn’t judge a book by its cover, rather they glance at its spine.
Yet another friend does this thing where they looks at a book’s sleeve, reads the author’s biography and pretends to talk to the author by wondering, how did you get from point A to point B? How can I get published?