Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Crab Creek Review Announces 2010 Pushcart Nominations and Editors' Prize

Crab Creek Review has nominated the following poets and writers for the 2010 Pushcart Prize:

Two Lies and a Truth by Midge Raymond, 2010 Vol 2 
Live Model by Laura Maylene Walter, 2010 Vol 2

Not Love by Rachel Mehl, 2010 Vol I
Inherited Music by Michael Schmeltzer, 2010 Vol 2
Girl Walking in Wallace, Idaho by Tim Sherry, 2010 Vol I
The Aprons of Adam and Eve by Molly Tenenbaum, 2010 Vol I

Congratulations to our nominees!

The Co-Editors of Crab Creek Review (Kelli Russell Agodon and Annette Spaulding-Convy) are awarding the Crab Creek Review 2010 Editors' Prize to Seattle poet, musician, and teacher, Molly Tenenbaum, for her poem, The Aprons of Adam and Eve (2010 Vol I). Our annual Editors' Prize is awarded for the best poem, short story, or creative non-fiction essay published by Crab Creek Review in a given year.

Congratulations, Molly!


Saturday, November 6, 2010

Crab Creek Review 2010 Vol.2 Now Available!

2010 Vol.2 features new work from John M. Anderson, Deborah Bauer, James Bertolino, Anita K. Boyle, John Davis, Tracy DeBrincat, Alice Derry, Hilary Vaughn Dobel, Paul Fisher, Rebecca J. Foust, Matthew Guenette, Joe Haferbecker, Jeff Hardin, Michael Kriesel, Joanne Lowery, John McKay, Kevin Miller, Matt Mulder, Fernando Perez, Midge Raymond, Michael Schmeltzer, Tina Schumann, Britton Shurley, Martha Silano, Ann Spiers, David Stallings, Joannie Kervran Stangeland, Sara Tracey, James Valvis, Rebecca van Laer, Laura Van Prooyen, David Wagoner, Laura Maylene Walter, and Yim Tan Wong.
2010 Vol.2 also features a special section of poetry, Beyond Ekphrasis, guest edited by Susan Rich. Beyond Ekphrasis contains poems based on other art forms and features new work from Lavonne J. Adams, Emily Bedard, Patricia Fargnoli, Kerri French, Casey Fuller, Erin Malone, Anne McDuffie, Valerie Nieman, Mary Peelen, Peter Pereira, Ellie Rogers, and Ann Teplick.
Cover Art: See Food? by Joanne Schoener Scott.
An excerpt from our Editors' Note:
It is late October here, writes Britton Shurley in his poem, “To James Wright” (p.54). It is late October here on Puget Sound, and though the big leaf maples are turning brown, we haven’t had our first, hard frost, yet. Welcome to Crab Creek Review, 2010 Vol. 2, an issue which several of our editors have described as “quirky,” “dark and light” and “ultimately life affirming.” This past year we have had a noticeable increase in submissions, and for our editorial staff this has brought excitement and some late nights. The poetry and fiction in this issue is both captivating and unique and these particular submissions jumped out at us from the bundles of strong writing that we received...
Order 2010 Vol.2 here and consider subscribing to Crab Creek Review!