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Contributor News: Robert Alter's translation of the Hebrew Bible is now complete.

Contributor News: Robert Alter’s translation of the Hebrew Bible is now complete.

Esteemed translator and literary scholar Robert Alter, who contributed translations of Yehuda Amichai’s poetry to our very first issue, has finished a project two decades in the making: an accurate, nuanced, and annotated translation of the Hebrew Bible. The Hebrew Bible: A Translation with Commentary is a hefty three-volume boxed set comprising 3,500 pages.  Alter’s...
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: Announcing Dawn Whitmore's solo show, "A house is like a mind that holds everything."

Contributor News: Announcing Dawn Whitmore’s solo show, “A house is like a mind that holds everything.”

Visual artist Dawn Whitmore, whose photo essay on Alaska’s northernmost town was featured in our “Hunt, Gather” issue, has a solo show opening in Arlington, Virginia, on October 13. “A house is like a mind that holds everything” will be at the Arlington Arts Center until December 15, 2018. Dawn has written of the show:...
Online Exclusive: "Mad Heat Be Praised," by Kat Meads.

Online Exclusive: “Mad Heat Be Praised,” by Kat Meads.

“Mad Heat Be Praised”  An excerpt from Miss Jane: The Lost Years. “Has mad heat created Zombie Jane?” Kat Meads, who contributed “Leaving the House” to Broad Street’s “Maps & Legends” issue, bids adieu to summer swelter with an excerpt from her latest book combining women’s studies and fiction, Miss Jane: The Lost Years. A native...
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...