Maggie Queeney’s poetry chapbook, settler, has been selected by Shane McCrae in the 2017 Baltic Chapbook Contest and will be published by Rabbit Catastrophe Press. You can also check out three of Maggie’s poems in Issue 95. Many congrats, Maggie!
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David Ebenbach has recently published his debut novel, Miss Portland. The novel has won the Orison Fiction Prize. More information can be found here. And you can find more of David’s work in Issue 95. Congratulations on this accomplishment, David!
Linwood Rumney received the Creative Writing Fellowship from the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, MA and will be going there this fall to complete archival research for a poetry project. You can revisit Linwood in Issue 94 of PBQ. Congrats! We wish you the best of luck with your research.
We here at PBQ would like to congratulate Rage Hezekiah on her recent accomplishments! She became a Cave Canem Fellow this spring, and has received an Emerging Artists Award from the Saint Botolph Club of Boston. She was also nominated for Best New Poets 2017. Her upcoming work will be featured in Nasty Women Poets: […]
Wendy Cannella has recently had two poems, “who spoke from then on” and “on learning I have ESP concerning an old crush,” with accompanying audio recordings published in the spring edition of Fogged Clarity! You can find Wendy’s work in Issue 94 of PBQ. Congratulations, Wendy!
This year has held multiple accomplishments for Keith Woodruff. His prose poem, “Summer,” has been selected to appear in the 2017 Best Small Fictions, judged by Amy Hempel; and his short fiction, “Elegy,” has won him his first Pushcart Prize. Keith’s poem, “Bride of Frankenstein Blues,” was published in Issue 95. Congratulations, Keith!
The Painted Bride Quarterly would like to congratulate Lynn Hoffman on his latest book publication, The Butterfly Farmer. The novel features a romance set at the jersey shore; we’re in love already. You can also read his interview with the publisher here! Revisit Lynn in Issue 95. Congratulations!
We here at Painted Bride Quarterly would like to congratulate Jiwon Choi on her newest book, One Daughter is Worth Ten Sons! Two of the poems featured, “I Pay My Book Fine” and “Jane Austen, Reconsider” were first published in Issue 92 of PBQ. Congrats, Jiwon, we know we will continue to see great things […]
Today we received our copy of Volume 46/ No. 2 of The American Poetry Review and were incredibly excited to see Laura McCullough‘s “I Am Calling You” on the back spread! Our own Wendy Cannella conducted an interview with McCullough and wrote “Finding the Body: on McCullough’s Jercy Mercy,” a review of McCullough’s latest collection […]
We always love celebrating our authors and staff here at PBQ, and today we’re excited to announce that our Editorial Assistant Sara Aykit has just been published for the first time in The Cadaverine! Check out her poem, “Pointless“! Sara Aykit currently resides in Philadelphia. She is a student at Drexel University and an intern […]