The Pushcart nomination process ended over the weekend, and we’ve mailed our contenders out. The Conium Review‘s nominees for 2014 are:
- “A Kidnapping and a Church Van,” by Adam Padgett (fiction, Spring 2013)
- “Of Course I Will Return It,” by Shellie Zacharia (fiction, Spring 2013)
- “Orgasm,” by Robert Dart (fiction, Spring 2013)
- “Sonora,” by Natalie Peeterse (poetry, Fall 2013)
One of William Cass’s stories, entitled “Empathy,” was selected as the fiction winner in The Examined Life Journal
‘s recent writing contest.
William Cass was a contributor to The Conium Review‘s Spring 2013 issue. Congratulations on the winning story, William!
Rob Dart (contributor to our Spring 2013 issue) recently released his latest novel, Shed, and it’s now available on Amazon. You can also find Rob’s other releases here.
Jonathan Alston was a contributor to our Spring 2013 issue, and you can stay informed about his upcoming projects on his blog. He posts a few times each month, often discussing the writing life and process: http://jaawriter.blogspot.com/
The Conium Review contributor Justin Campbell recently received the 2013 Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Award for African American College Writers for his novella excerpt, Sitting on the Knees of Gods. The award was established by novelist Marita Golden to honor excellence in fiction writing by students of African descent.
More information on the award is available here: http://www.hurstonwright.org/#!college-awards/cs3d
Campell’s story, “Super Tuscan,” appears in our Spring 2013 issue.