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Credits “Deer in the Poppies” from Playing with (Wild)fire, Torrey House Press, copyright © 2024 by Laura Pritchett. “I’ve Been Feeling a Lot Like an Edward Hopper Painting Lately” from Pentimento,…

Notes and Recent Awards

Ecotone is honored to be the winner of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses’ 2023 Firecracker Awards, in the category of Magazines/General Excellence. The editors selected Monica Rico’s poem “Get Out of My House” and Catherine Carter’s poem “Premenopausal…

Notes and Recent Awards

Ecotone is pleased to be a finalist for the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses’ 2023 Firecracker Awards, in the category of Magazines / General Excellence. The editors selected Jason Bradford’s poem “Approaching Limits at Carolina Beach,” from issue 21,

Credits

Credits “America, I Sing You Back” is used by permission from Streaming, Coffee House Press, 2014. Copyright © 2014 by Allison Adelle Hedge Coke. “At my house” and “As I think on things,” from The Tale of Genji by Murasaki…

Credits

Ecotone (issn 1553-1775) is published twice yearly by the Department of Creative Writing and The Publishing Laboratory at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. We are grateful for funding from the UNCW Department of Creative Writing and the National Endowment…

Notes and Recent Awards

The editors would like to congratulate the following writers:   Best American Essays 2022 Notable Special Issue The Climate Issue (vol. 17, no. 1) Notable Essay Austin Gaffney The Possum Queen (vol.

Notes and Recent Awards

Ecotone was honored to be the recipient of AWP’s 2022 Small Press Publisher Award, an annual prize for nonprofit presses and literary journals that “acknowledges the hard work, creativity, and innovation of these presses and journals, and honors their contributions…

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“Bubble Gum Fighters” from The Peanutbutter Sisters and Other American Stories, copyright © 2022 by Rumi Hara. Reprinted by permission of Drawn & Quarterly, drawnandquarterly.com. ART CREDITS Pages 16–17 (“Everything Will Be All Right in the End”) © Cass Lintz;