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Recent Achievements by former Nimrod Contributors
 
Jeff Gundy has published a new collection of poems, ABANDONED HOMELAND, with Bottom Dog Press.
 
Danielle Cadena Deulen has published a new collection of poems, OUR EMOTIONS GET CARRIED AWAY BEYOND US, with Barrow Street Press. The collection was the winner of the 2014 Barrow Street Press Poetry Prize and contains work originally published in NIMROD.
 
James K. Zimmerman has published a new book of poems, LITTLE MIRACLES, with Passager Books. The book has been selected as part of the celebration of Passager’s 25th year of publishing.
 
Scott Elder has published a chapbook, BREAKING AWAY, with Poetry Salzburg. The chapbook contains work originally published in NIMROD.
 
Reeves Keyworth has published a new book of poems, LOST SPIRAL OF YEARS, with Finishing Line Press. The collection includes “Are You the Wine,” which was originally published in Nimrod.
 
Daniel Hamilton’s “The Decline of the American Bison,” which was originally published in NIMROD (Spring/Summer 2015), was chosen for publication in NEW STORIES FROM THE SOUTHWEST. University of New Mexico Press will publish the collection in 2018.
 
Catherine Browder’s “Departures” has been selected by Lee Martin for inclusion in NEW STORIES FROM THE MIDWEST. The story was originally published in NIMROD (Spring/Summer 2012).
 
William Woolfitt has published his second book, CHARLES OF THE DESERT, with Paraclete Press.
 
Amina Gautier’s new book of short stories, THE LOSS OF ALL LOST THINGS, has won the Elixir Press Award.
 
Martin Ott has published a new book of short stories, INTERROGATIONS, with Fomite Press. The collection includes work originally published in NIMROD.
 
Nancy Takacs was the winner of the University of Massachusetts Press 2016 Juniper Prize for Poetry.
 
Heather Altfeld has published her first poetry collection, THE DISAPPEARING THEATRE, with Poets@Work Press.
 
Scott Siegel has published his third book of poetry, THE CONSTELLATION OF EXTINCT STARS AND OTHER POEMS, with Salmon Poetry.
 
Sarah Wetzel has published her second collection of poems, RIVER ELECTRIC WITH LIGHT, with Red Hen Press. The collection includes work originally published in NIMROD.
 
Susan Cohen has published her second full-length collection of poems, A DIFFERENT WAKEFUL ANIMAL, with Dragonfly Press. The collection won the David Martinson-Meadowlark Prize.
 
Nancy Takacs has published a new collection of poems, RED VOICE, with Finishing Line Press.
 
Jayne Benjulian has published her first collection of poems, FIVE SEXTILLION ATOMS, with Saddle Road Press.
 
Lauren Camp has published a Dorset Prize-winning collection of poems, ONE HUNDRED HUNGERS, with Tupelo Press.
 
Scot Siegel has published a new collection of poems, THE CONSTELLATION OF EXTINCT STARS, with Salmon Poetry. The collection includes work originally published in NIMROD.
 
Christina Cook has published a new book of poetry, A STRANGE INSOMNIA, with Kelsay Books.
 
Scott Elder’s “Dieppe” was a runner-up for the 2016 Troubadour International Poetry Prize.
 
James K. Zimmerman has published a new book of poetry, FAMILY COOKOUT, with Passager Books. The collection was the winner of THE COMSTOCK REVIEW's Jessie Bryce Niles Chapbook Contest in 2015.
 
Liz Ahl has published a new poetry chapbook, HOME ECONOMICS, with Seven Kitchens Press. The collection includes work originally published in NIMROD.
 
Marylen Grigas has published a new poetry collection, SHIFT, with Nature's Face Publications. The collection includes work originally published in NIMROD.
 
Adam Scheffler has published a new poetry collection, A DOG’S LIFE, with Jacar Press.
 
Adria Bernardi’s THE RINGS OF THE UNIVERSE, a translation of selected poems by Ubaldo de Robertis, was recently published by Chelsea Editions.
 
Marjorie Saiser’s poem “She Tells Her Child of the Assassination” was featured on The Writer’s Almanac.
 
Sue Pace has published a new collection of short stories entitled DRIVING SHARON CRAZY. One of the stories was an Honorable Mention in the Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction in 2010.
 
Henry Morgenthau III has published a new collection of poetry, A SUNDAY IN PURGATORY, with Passager Books. The title poem was originally published by NIMROD in our spring/summer 2013 issue (56.2).

Barbara Crooker has published a new poetry collection, LES FAUVES, with C&R Press.

Bipin Aurora has published a new collection of stories, NOTES OF A MEDIOCRE MAN: STORIES OF INDIA AND AMERICA, with Guernica Editions. The book includes "The Lovers in Bengal," which was published in NIMROD’s Fall/Winter 2013 issue (57.1).

Kelly Magee has published a new book of stories, THE NEIGHBORHOOD, with Gold Wake Press. The collection includes "Nobody Understands You But You," which was published originally in MIRRORS AND PRISMS, Vol. 59.2 of NIMROD.

Holly Karapetkova has published a new collection of poetry, TOWLINE, with Cloudbank Books. The collection, which won the 2016 Vern Rutsala Poetry Prize, includes work originally published in NIMROD.

Laura Hulthen Thomas has published a new collection of short stories, STATES OF MOTION, with Wayne State University Press.

Chad Anderson's "Maidencane," first-prize winner of the 2016 Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction, was selected for publication in The Best American Short Stories 2017, edited by Heidi Pitlor and guest editor Meg Wolitzer. The story can be found in our AWARDS 38 (Fall/Winter 2016).

Zeina Hashem Beck has published a new poetry collection, LOUDER THAN HEARTS, with Bauhan Publishing.

Lauren Marie Schmidt has published a new poetry collection, FILTHY LABORS, with Northwestern University Press.

Irene Blair Honeycutt has published a new poetry collection, BENEATH THE BAMBOO SKY, with Main Street Rag Publishing Company.

Stephanie Dickinson has published a new collection of short stories, THE EMILY FABLES, with ELJ Editions.

 
 
 
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