The Pushcart Prize XX: Best of the Small Presses

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Bill Henderson, Pushcart Prize Editors
Pushcart Press, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 570 pages
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A highly honored annual anthology presents the most distinguished short stories, essays, and poetry published by the nation's small presses and magazines, offering a remarkably diverse group of talented writers, famous and obscure.

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The Pushcart prize, XX: best of the small presses

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America's small presses are strong, diverse, and vibrant, even more so than one might guess from this flagship compilation that in its 20th year is showing some signs of tired blood. The fiction tends ... Read full review

Contents

ANNA LIFFEY
34
THE FIRST
55
SOMETHING LIKE HAPPINESS
71
Copyright

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Bill Henderson is the author of "The Kid That Could", a novel, & two memoirs, "His Son" & "Her Father". He is the founder & publisher of Pushcart Press & the editor of the acclaimed Pushcart Prize series. He lives on Long Island & in Maine.

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