Nominations & Awards

Best of the Net 2018:

Fiction

The Flat by Michael Alessi (selected as a finalist)

Ganymede by Chelsea Harris

Poetry

A Seal Skull Seems To Be a Wolf Skull by Erin Rice

The Lazarus Questionnaire by Ted Mico

Last Night in Antsville by Sharon Suzuki-Martinez (selected as a finalist)

Webster’s Dictionary defines “communist” as “one who speaks with ghosts” by Brian Dau

 

Best Microfiction 2019:

The Flat by Michael Alessi

A Gun in the First Act by Scott Garson

Feeding Time by Tara Isabel Zambrano (selected as a winner)

Birds of a Feather by Tianna Grosch

Madlib by Kim Magowan

Plan Exclusion by J. Bradley

Big Bad by Mary Hamilton

Natural Resources by Anita Goveas

 

Pushcart Prizes 2019:

Fiction

Escalator by Dan Sanders

Teethings by Deena Lilygren

Outline by Darrin Doyle

Poetry

A Seal Skull Seems To Be a Wolf Skull by Erin Rice

Desireé Panda and the Lee Van Cleefs by Tracy Lynne Oliver

Prey by Christine Taylor

 

Best Small Fictions 2019:

Early Intervention by Colleen Rothman

No One Holds a Grudge Like a Crow by Marisa Crane

A Nearly Beautiful Thing by Cathy Ulrich

Madlib by Kim Magowan (selected as a winner)

Segmented Moments by Hannah Gordon

 

Wigleaf Top 50 2019:

No One Holds a Grudge Like a Crow by Marisa Crane (selected)

Bear by Shayne Terry (selected)

Ganymede by Chelsea Harris (longlisted)

Madlib by Kim Magowan (longlisted)

Big Bad by Mary Hamilton (longlisted)