Nimrod International Journal of Poetry and Prose
Home Mission Contact


Nimrod Literary Awards

Call for Manuscripts

Conference for Readers & Writers

Current Issue

Past Issues

Forthcoming Issues


Subscriptions & Sales

Contributor Achievements

Artist Guidelines



Email Newsletter



Recent Achievements by former Nimrod Contributors
Adria Bernardi's translation of Cristina Annino’s Chronic Hearing: Selected Poems 1977-2012, published by Chelsea Editions, is now available.
Jane Chance’s first book of poetry is now available. From White Violet Press, Only Begetter features work originally published in Nimrod.
Gail Peck has a new chapbook out from Finishing Line Press entitled Within Two Rooms.
Shelley Ettinger has published a new novel entitled Vera’s Will with Hamilton Stone Editions.
Barbara Crooker has published a new collection of poetry, Selected Poems, with FutureCycle Press.
Leslie Anne Mcilroy has published a new poetry collection entitled Slag with Main Street Rag Publishing Company.
Joan Colby has published a new poetry chapbook, Pro Forma, with FootHills Publishing.
Sue Ellen Thompson, winner of the 2003 Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry, has published her fifth collection of poems, They, with Turning Point.
Shobha Rao’s story “Kavitha and Mustafa,” originally published in Nimrod, has been chosen to appear in The Best American Short Stories 2015.
Molly Giles, winner of the Spokane Prize for Fiction, has published a new book of short stories, All the Wrong Places, with Willow Springs Editions.
Jacob Appel, our 2013 second-prize fiction winner of the 35th Nimrod Literary Awards, has published a new book of stories, Miracles and Conundrums of the Secondary Planets, with Black Lawrence Press.
Nancy Takacs has published a new book of poems, Blue Patina, with Blue Begonia Press.
W.T. Pfefferle has published a new collection of poems, My Coolest Shirt, with The Word Works Press.
Scott Elder has published a new poetry collection, Breaking Away, with Poetry Salzburg. The collection contains work originally published in Nimrod.
George Looney has published a new collection of poetry, Meditations Before the Windows Fail, with Lost Horse Press.
© 2009 The University of Tulsa | 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104 | Phone: 918-631-2000
Website by Cedar Bend Consulting