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*INDICATES PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINEE
The Pushcart Prize
The Pushcart Prize is an award for the best short stories, poems, and essays published in small literary journals and magazines. For Southern California Review‘s Vol. VIII, “Remnants,” we’re delighted to announce that we have nominated three of our contributors for the Pushcart—one in Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry. While we are proud of every piece we publish, these works especially inspired us to be better writers and readers. Our warmest congratulations to our nominees: Vera Kurian for “Whatever Happened to the Six Wives of Henry the VIII”; Alan Barstow for “Nightfeeding”; and Jonathan Greenhause for “Living in Suspension.” All pieces are available online. We look forward to seeing what these writers do in the future and are excited to participate in Pushcart.
– Lauren Gorski and Mellinda Hensley
Editors-in-Chief, Volume VIII, “Remnants”
by Vera Kurian
by Alan Barstow
by Jonathan Greenhause
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