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2015 ‘Best of the Net Anthology’ Nominees

Best of the NetThe staff  at Atticus Review is pleased to announce our nominations for the 2015 Best of the Net Anthology, which aims “to promote the diverse and growing collection of voices who are publishing their work online.” The anthology is published online by Sundress Publications each spring. This year’s judges are Bruce Bond, Brian Oliu, and Kate Schmitt. You can read about them here.

We extend congratulations and best of luck to our ten nominees.

Fiction

A Perpetual State of Awe by Jen Knox (Feb. 5, 2015, Atticus Review)

The St. Petersburg Poster Girls by Jen Michalski (Aug. 12, 2014, Atticus Review)

Creative Nonfiction

Meet Me at the Fountain in Caras Galadhon by Berit Ellingsen (April 18, 2015, Atticus Review)

A Year in Africa Peeling Oranges by Tessa Fontaine (Aug. 28, 2014, Atticus Review)

Poetry

Upon Watching the Murder of Another Woman in a Crime Scene Drama, by Michelle Reed (June 23, 2015, Atticus Review)

Mirlo/Blackbird by Sergio Coddou, as translated by Lea Graham (June 17, 2015, Atticus Review)

First Lesson in Meat, 1984 by Justin Hamm (May 20, 2015, Atticus Review)

Ruffin’s Rule by George Drew (Feb. 10, 2015, Atticus Review)

Your Laughing, Or My Trying to Make It Happen, by Sara Hughes (Feb. 2, 2015, Atticus Review)

Empathy for the Bees by J.B. Fredkin (July 1, 2014, Atticus Review)

 

 

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