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Recent Achievements by former Nimrod Contributors
 
Since Nimrod’s first publication in 1956, even our fledgling contributors, like Ted Berrigan, S. E. Hinton, Gish Jens, Sue Monk Kidd, Ron Padgett, and Gina Oschner, have gone on to publish in other journals, to win additional prizes, and publish volumes of poetry or fiction. We are pleased to report on some of the recent achievements of several of our contributors.
 
Daniel Lusk has published a new book of poetry. Kin is published by Wind Ridge Books and contains two poems originally published in Nimrod.
 
Angela Patten has published a new memoir. High Tea at a Low Table: Stories from an Irish Childhood is published by Wind Ridge Books.
 
Susan Elbe has published a new collection of poetry. The Map of What Happened was the winner of the 2012 Backwaters Press Prize and is published by Blackwaters Press.
 
Elena Poniatowska won the Cervantes Prize, the highest honor given for Spanish literature. George Henson's translation of her short story, "The Canaries," appears in Nimrod's Mexico/USA issue, Vol. 53, No. 2.
 
John A. Nieves has published a new collection of poetry. Curio is published by Elixir Press.
 
Morris Collins has published a new poetry collection. Horse Latitudes is published by MP Publishing.
 
Cory Brown has published his fourth book of poems. What May Be Lost is published by Cayuga Lake Books.
 
Geffrey Davis has published his first collection of poetry. Revising the Storm is published by BOA Editions.
 
Zara Raab has published two new books of poetry. Rumpelstiltskin, or What’s in a Name? is published by Finishing Line Press and contains work originally published in Nimrod, and Fracas and Asylum is published by WordTech Communications.
 
Jacob M. Appel has published a new short story collection. Scouting for the Reaper is published by Black Lawrence Press.
 
Adria Bernardi has published a new translation of work by Francesca Pellegrino. Chernobylove—The Day After the Wind: Selected Poems 2008-2010 is published by Chelsea Editions.
 
George Witte has published a new collection of poetry. Does She Have a Name is published by NYQ Books and includes work originally published in Nimrod.
 
Karina Borowicz has published a collection of poetry. Proof won the Codhill Poetry Award and is published by Codhill Press.
 
 
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