Pushcart Prize XIX: Best of the Small Presses, 1994-95 Ed.

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Bill Henderson, Lynn Emanuel, David St John
Pushcart Press, Apr 1, 1995 - Fiction - 580 pages
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Over sixty selections of the best poetry, essays, and short fiction have been selected out of thousands of nominations from Pushcart staff contributing editors and hundreds of small presses. The result is an introduction to a literary world that few readers have access to--the world where much of today's significant writing is published.

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THE PUSHCART PRIZE XIX: Best of the Small Presses

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It's hard not to get too excited about the latest enormous volume of the best of the noncommercial world of short stories, poetry, and essays. One could easily take it as a sign that the independent ... Read full review

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It just keeps getting bigger and better. This, the 19th collection of prose, poetry, and fiction selected from small press publications by Pushcart Press, seems to emphasize more new writers than ever ... Read full review



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Bill Henderson is the founder and editor of the Pushcart Prize. He received the 2006 National Book Critic Circle's Lifetime Achievement Award and the Poets & Writers / Barnes & Noble Writers for Writers Award. He lives in Wainscott, New York.

Emanuel is an Associate Professor at the University of Pittsburgh.

David St. John has been honored with many of the most significant prizes for poets, including fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, both the Rome Fellowship in Literature and an Award in Literature from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, the O. B. Hardison Jr. Prize from The Folger Shakespeare Library, and a grant from the Ingram Merrill Foundation. He teaches at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

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