2012 Wabash Prize for Fiction: Only Two More Days to Enter

Jessica Jacobs, Editor-in-Chief With the March 30 deadline for the 2012 Wabash Prize for Fiction coming up fast, looking back at our archives, we were gratified to see how many of our contributors have gone on to impressive writing careers. One such writer is Benjamin Percy, whose story “Unearthed” was featured in Sycamore Review Issue … Continue reading 2012 Wabash Prize for Fiction: Only Two More Days to Enter

Comprehensive List of Contributors Now Available!

BY ANTHONY COOK, Editor-in-Chief Sycamore Review has a rich history of discovering talented writers and publishing new work by established writers. In 1990, we published a chapter of Derek Walcott‘s Omeros, which helped him win the Nobel Prize for Literature two years later. We’ve published Pulitzer Prize winners (John Updike, Paul Muldoon, and Mary Oliver), U.S. Poet Laureates (Billy Collins and Donald Hall),  and … Continue reading Comprehensive List of Contributors Now Available!

Upcoming Interviews

This spring Sycamore Review will publish interviews with two poets, Eleanor Wilner and Ted Kooser, in addition to nonfiction writer and novelist Benjamin Percy.  I, for one, am chomping at the bit. Editing interviews is in some ways the most exhilarating part of my job as Nonfiction Editor at SR, because it means getting first … Continue reading Upcoming Interviews

Benjamin Percy’s New Book

BY MEHDI OKASI, Editor-in-Chief If you haven’t read it yet, there is a great feature story in the new issue of Poets & Writers about Benjamin Percy whose new collection of stories, Refresh Refresh (Graywolf Press) has been getting great reviews.  Percy first published his story “Unearthed” in issue 17.1 of Sycamore Review.