World Literature Today’s 2014 Pushcart Nominees

December 16, 2014

The editors of WLT are delighted to announce that the following slate of six authors have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize XL anthology:

Poetry

Julia Fiedorczuk Julia Fiedorczuk (Poland)

Lands and Oceans,” translated by Bill Johnston

   
Luljeta Lleshanaku Luljeta Lleshanaku (Albania)

History Class,” translated by Ani Gjika

  

Mikeas Sanchez Mikeas Sánchez (Mexico)

Jesus Never Understood My Grandmother’s Prayers,” translated by David Shook

 

Fiction

Cate Kennedy Cate Kennedy (Australia)

Measure Twice, Cut Once

 

Essays

Kris Saknussemm Kris Saknussemm (US)

Listen to the Lizards

    

Andres Felipe Solano Andrés Felipe Solano (Colombia)

The Nameless Saints,” translated by Arthur Dixon

 

Please join us in congratulating, reading, and sharing this year’s nominated writers and translators!

Founded in 1976, the Pushcart Prize is an annual collection of poetry, short stories, and essays, nominated by little magazine and small book press editors throughout the world.

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