Pushcart Prize XXVII: Best of the Small Presses

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Pushcart Press, Nov 26, 2002 - Fiction - 632 pages
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The most honored literary series in America, The Pushcart Prize has been named a Notable Book of the Year by the New York Times and hailed with Pushcart Press as "among the most influential in the development of the American book business" by Publishers Weekly "The ex-officio house organ for the American literary cosmos."--Chicago Tribune

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THE PUSHCART PRIZE XXIII: Best of the Small Presses

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Here's the ever-welcome annual sampling of noncommercial publishing, full enough of poems, stories, and essays to redeem Henderson's somewhat self-congratulatory introductory declaration of literary ... Read full review

THE PUSHCART PRIZE XX: Best of the Small Presses

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The Pushcart Prize's 20th anniversary is a cause for celebration and concern. No devoted reader can criticize the Pushcart Prize's raison d'ątre: to recognize the best stories, poems, and essays ... 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 is also the author of several memoirs, including All My Dogs: A Life. The founder of the Lead Pencil Club, Henderson lives in New York.

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