2012 Wabash Prize for Fiction results!

by Conor Broughan, Fiction Editor After careful reading, guest judge Aimee Bender has selected Cate Fricke’s story “Fox and Girl: A Bestial Romance” as the winner of Sycamore Review’s 2012 Wabash Fiction Prize. Aimee Bender said of the prize winning story: “First off, this story charmed me completely, gloriously. The author has a beautiful sense of the visual; … Continue reading 2012 Wabash Prize for Fiction results!

“A ‘real’ dystopic future”: An Interview with Miriam Bird Greenberg

by Corey Van Landingham, Poetry Co-Editor We were lucky enough to be able to ask Miriam some questions about her poem “It's Hard to Forget," which will run in the forthcoming issue of Sycamore Review. Check out Miriam talking about pica, world-making, and her manuscript All night in the new country. Sycamore Review: Where did the … Continue reading “A ‘real’ dystopic future”: An Interview with Miriam Bird Greenberg

“There isn’t a revelation”: An Interview with Ryan Teitman

by Jacob Sunderlin, co-editor of poetry Listen up:  Ryan Teitman is writing the kind of poems you sometimes hear about but rarely see, poems in which the usual becomes unusual.  He’s going places, and was kind enough to correspond with me via email about his exciting new poem “Viola, Bound" from the forthcoming issue of Sycamore … Continue reading “There isn’t a revelation”: An Interview with Ryan Teitman