‘Smartest Brother’ nominated for Pushchart Prize

Katheryn Norris, managing editor of The Cleveland Review, notified me today — they’ve nominated me, more accurately my story, “The Smartest Brother,” for a Pushcart Prize.

For those who may not know, the Pushcart Prize and its best of the small presses series is, according to Pushcart’s website, the most honored literary project in America. So of course I feel pretty honored just to be nominated. To be honest, I felt honored when The Cleveland Review agreed to publish “The Smartest Brother,” in the first place. So thanks of course goes to them for the nod and for the publication, and again, specifically Wells Addington, an editor at The Cleveland Review, who worked with me quite a bit on the piece. Thanks, guys.


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