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The Wabash Prize for Nonfiction 2017 is considering submissions until April 15. Prize is $1,000 and publication in Sycamore Review. Our judge is Brian Blanchfield. Fee: $20, which includes a copy of the prize issue for all entrants. See our contest page for more details.
Send us your fiction and poetry by November 15th, 2016 and enter our 2016 Wabash Prize in Fiction or Poetry. Submissions cost $20 and the fee includes a copy of the contest issue. Learn more about the guidelines for submission under our Contest tab. Final Fiction Judge: Adam Johnson Final Poetry Judge: Reginald Dwayne Betts First … Continue reading Wabash Prizes in Fiction and Poetry NOW OPEN
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By David Blomenberg, Reviews Editor This just in: Alice Notley, whose recent book was reviewed on Sycamore blog (see link here), unveiled a portion of a new work, as yet unpublished, titled For the Ride, at a reading in San Francisco last month. You can see the video below:
BY THERESA SMITH, Poetry Editor I’ve been checking out the blog for the hot and forthcoming magazine Artifice put together by our intrepid (and ever-amusing) former Editor-in-Chief Rebekah Silverman (known as r) and former Fiction Editor Tadd Adcox (known as t). Judging from their past work (and oh, we do) it should be amazing. In … Continue reading Check. It. Out.
BY MEHDI OKASI, Editor-in-Chief Sycamore Review’s former managing editor, Patrick Nevins, has published a story in the newest issue of Freight Stories. You can read Patrick’s story, entitled “Harboring” here. Also published in the issue are writers Lee Martin, Jasmine Beach-Ferrara, Daniel Wallace, and others. This is Freight Stories’ fourth volume. Congratulations to the journal … Continue reading Congratulations Patrick Nevins
BY MEHDI OKASI, Editor-in-Chief I know that this is very early, but we at Sycamore Review are very excited to announce that Poet Laureate, Billy Collins will be judging our Wabash Prize in Poetry this fall. The deadline is October 17th and while we won’t begin accepting submissions until August 1st, you might want to … Continue reading Billy Collins to Judge for the 2008 Wabash Prize in Poetry
BY SUSANNAH BRESLIN She had a thing for insects. She had a lot of things for a lot of things, but what she really had a thing for was bugs. Men, in her life, had come and gone, but the insects stayed with her. She had wandered through her backyard as a young girl, collecting … Continue reading M IS FOR MELISSOPHELIA