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The Best Small Fictions 2018 Nominations

Sunday, December 17th, 2017

Congratulations to the authors whose work we’ve nominated for Braddock Avenue Books’s The Best Small Fictions 2018, guest edited by Aimee Bender and slated for publication in September 2018. Our nominations are as follows:

Kim Magowan – “Nepenthes” (September/October 2017)

Chris Murphy – “Your Burning Hair” (May/June 2017)

Jason Thayer – “Your Curse” (January 2017)

Dan Tremaglio – “Short Story Collection Story” (April 2017)

Yun Wei – “The Lady Clock” (February 2017)

Best of luck to them!

Nominations for Braddock Avenue Books’s The Best Small Fictions 2017

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Into the fray we send the following nominees for Braddock Avenue Books’s The Best Small Fictions 2017, guest edited by Amy Hempel and slated for publication in September 2017:

Meghan Callahan – “Epitaphios” (April 2016)

Chad Frame – “Bat Boy and Sean Penn Meet El Chapo in Secret Jungle Fort Hideout, No Girls Allowed” (March 2016)

Hillary Leftwich – “Saba on the Shore” (July 2016)

Alice Martin – “Cover Up” (June 2016)

Michael Putnam – “Through Process of Elimination” (December 2016)

We wish them luck in the selection process and hope you’ll re-read them.

Nominations for Queen’s Ferry’s The Best Small Fictions 2016

Monday, December 14th, 2015


Congratulations to our nominees for Queen’s Ferry’s The Best Small Fictions 2016, guest edited by Stuart Dybek and slated to appear in October 2016:

Jacques Debrot – “A Brief History of the Minor Modernists” (November 2015)
Tara Kipnees – “incognito”  (May 2015)
Michelle Meyers – “Beach Boys” (December 2015)
Dylan Taylor – “Gaining on Gethsemane” (December 2015)
Deborah Trowbridge – “Frigid” (August 2015)

One of our nominations from last year–Yennie Cheung’s “Something Overheard”–was included in the inaugural volume, and we’d like to keep the streak alive.