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Presenting our 2018 Pushcart Prize nominees …

Presenting our 2018 Pushcart Prize nominees …

At BROAD STREET, we celebrate each word we publish. Choosing nominees during awards season is never easy, but here are six outstanding pieces from 2018 — with thanks to everyone who has helped us bring great true stories to the world this year. Photograph by Roger Camp: Stuffed mice in a Parisian shop window.   You can sample the...
Contributor News: Caitlin Hamilton Summie Takes Silver in the Indie Awards.

Contributor News: Caitlin Hamilton Summie Takes Silver in the Indie Awards.

BROAD STREET  congratulates Caitlin Hamilton Summie, whose 2017 book, To Lay to Rest Our Ghosts, just earned the Silver Medal for Short Stories in the Forewords Review Indie Awards series.   “10 stories, 1 book, 25 years in the making …” After decades in publishing, where she carved out a niche as one of the industry’s top publicists and marketing...
Contributor (and editor) Susann Cokal's third book receives praise and treats. Read interviews about "The Kingdom of Little Wounds" here.

Contributor (and editor) Susann Cokal’s third book receives praise and treats. Read interviews about “The Kingdom of Little Wounds” here.

“Nothing has value until it is given away or stolen.” “In the darkness, fear my light.”   —By Jamal Stone      Broad Street is excited to see the final copy of our very own Susann Cokal‘s latest book, The Kingdom of Little Wounds. Set in the Scandinavian city of Skyggehavn (Skü-geh-hown, rhymes with “down”) during the Renaissance, the...
Celebrating (again): Contributor Paisley Rekdal wins the 2013 Rilke Prize. Here's a little more about her.

Celebrating (again): Contributor Paisley Rekdal wins the 2013 Rilke Prize. Here’s a little more about her.

   Updated in June 2018: Poet and essayist Paisley Rekdal, who contributed to our “Dangerous Territory” issue,  adds yet another honor to a list the now includes an astounding collection of honors and awards, including (now) the über-important Rilke Award and grants from the Guggenheim Foundation and the NEA, an Amy Lowell Traveling Poetry Fellowship, Pushcart...