TAURUS, poems by Paul Nemser, is ready for your order. What are folks saying about this myth-infused love story set amongst the sentient robot arms of contemporary St. Petersburg? Check out this review at The Huffington Post by Valerie Stivers-Isakova.


UNACCOMPANIED MINORS, the much-anticipated collection by 2013 New American Fiction Prize-winner Alden Jones, is due for official release on June 15, 2014. Stay tuned!

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We are currently accepting submisions for New Poetry from the Midwest 2013. The deadline is March 1, 2014. Complete details are available at Submittable.

We are also accepting submissions for the 2014 New American Fiction Prize. Deadline is midnight Central Time on June 15, 2014. Complete details are available at Submittable.

Kyle Minor chose Unaccompanied Minors, a story collection by Alden Jones (Boston, MA), to receive the 2013 New American Fiction Prize. The book will be released June 15, 2014. Finalists for the 2013 New American Fiction Prize included the following:

     The Magic Laundry, stories by Jacob Appel (New York, NY)

     Month of Fire, a novel by Karen Lee Boren (Warwick, RI)

     Beasts You'll Never See, stories by Nate Liederbach (Eugene, OR)

     Moon Landing, stories by Jennifer Marquardt (Hattiesburg, MS)

     Failing the Trapeze, a novel by Susan V. Meyers (Portland, OR)

     Other Women, stories by Richard Sonnenmoser (Maryville, MO)

     Gateway to Paradise, stories by Matthew Vollmer (Blacksburg, VA)

The latest issue of MAYDAY Magazine features new fiction, poetry, nonfiction, translations, and artwork. The current submission period is open, though our next is a special all-nonfiction feature issue. More information is available at the MAYDAY website.

THE THAW, newly-translated stories by award-winning Icelandic novelist Ólafur Gunnarsson, was released January 1, 2014. Check out this review at the University of Rochester's Three Percent.


ELECTRICITY & OTHER DREAMS, a collection of magical stories by Micah Dean Hicks, is now available. Check out the starred review at Publishers Weekly!