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Excerpt from Dear Scarlet: The Story of My Postpartum Depression. Copyright © 2019 by Teresa Wong. Reprinted by permission of Arsenal Pulp Press. “How to Leave Her” and “Moment in Which the Self Moves under Song” from Red Channel in…

Notes and Recent Awards

The editors of Ecotone and Lookout Books would like to congratulate the following writers: Best American Poetry 2018 Anna Maria Hong Yonder, a Rental (vol. 12, no. 1) Best American Essays 2018  Notable Special Issue The Craft Issue (vol.

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“Crewelwork” from Bees of the Invisible by Maximiliane Donicht, forthcoming from Finishing Line Press. Copyright © 2018 by Maximiliane Donicht. “The Girl Who Raised Pigeons” from Lost in the City: Stories by Edward P.

Notes and Recent Awards

The editors of Ecotone and Lookout Books would like to congratulate the following writers: Pushcart Prize 2018 Special Mentions Aisha Sabatini Sloan “D Is for the Dance of the Hours,” vol. 11,

Notes and Recent Awards

The editors of Ecotone and Lookout Books would like to congratulate the following writers: Best American Comics 2017 Notable Margaret Kimball “Dave,” vol. 11, no. 1 Best American Essays 2017 Notable Laurie Clements Lambeth “Going Downhill From Here,” 

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“Monsoon and Peacock,” from World of Wonder by Aimee Nezhukumatathil (Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 2018). Copyright © 2018 by by Aimee Nezhukumatathil. Reprinted by permission of Milkweed Editions, milkweed.org. “The Smokestack,” from Accepting the Disaster by Joshua Mehigan. Copyright © 2014 by Joshua…

Notes and Recent Awards

We congratulate Beth Staples on her promotion to senior editor for Ecotone and editor for Lookout Books. In addition, the editors congratulate the following writers: Clare Beams Finalist, PEN/Robert W. Bingham Award for Debut Fiction Finalist,

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“A Good Six-Two,” by Kiki DeLancey, originally printed in A Public Space 12, winter 2011. Reprinted with the permission of the author. “Outside Is the Ocean” from Outside Is the Ocean by Matthew Lansburgh,