“Bargains,” a short story that won the Pacifica Literary Review’s 2018 Fiction Contest, has been chosen as a Finalist for the Lascaux Prize in Short Fiction.
The story will be (re)published in The Lascaux Prize 2019 anthology later this year.
I’m so grateful to all of the editors, readers, and judges at both PLR and The Lascaux Review for supporting my writing.
Congrats to all of the other Lascaux Prize finalists, and especially to the winners!
My story “Pergelation” was selected by contest judge Leslie Jamison as the winner of the Blue Mesa Review Fall 2018 Nonfiction Contest.
I worked on “Pergelation” off and on for years, initially trying to fictionalize it. After reading Jamison’s book of essays, The Empathy Exams, I sat down and rewrote “Pergelation” as pure nonfiction. I submitted it for the first time when I saw Jamison was judging the Blue Mesa Review contest. And it won! I’m so glad and terrified and elated.
Many thanks to the Blue Mesa Review, Leslie Jamison, and all of the friends who read this story before I sent it out. It will be published in Issue 38, forthcoming in early December 2018.
My short story “Bargains” won the Pacifica Literary Review 2017 Fiction Contest judged by Margaret Malone!
“Bargains” will be printed in Issue 12 of the Pacifica Literary Review later this month.
I’m thrilled that Malone picked my story and I’m very excited to have my work appear in this great Seattle-based literary magazine.