Contest Results: The UnCollected Press/Raw Art Review Full Length Book of Short Stories

These 6 books were selected winners of the contest and will be published in the 2020 publication year.  Congratulations to the Winners!  Please keep an eye out for the announcement of the publication of these fine collections of short stories.


And The Fires We talked About by James Kelly


Metazoan Variations by Mike Bendzela


Misanthropy by Dean Gessie


Subdermal Sky by Nazli Karabiyikoglu


The Art of Fugue by Will Clattenburg


The Carcass and Other Stories by Dave Sims

 

Contest Results: The John H. Kim Memorial Prize for Short Fiction

Winning Story

A Formula for Intimacy by Jacob Klein (click to read)


First Runner-up

Cicada by Dean Gessie (click to read)


RUNNERS-UP (ALPHABETICAL BY TITLE)

Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump by Dean Gessie (click to read)


The alleyway near the downtown library by Alan Bern (click to read)


When The Wind Blows by Ali Wilding (click to read)


Worlds of Fun by Bryan Brunton (click to read)


HONORABLE MENTION STORIES (ALPHABETICAL BY TITLE)

A Day in the Life of Amadeus Gordini, “El-Gordini” by Samuel Rutishauser-Mills (click to read)

Into The Dark by Pamela Sumners (click to read)

Love Letter by Dale Shank (click to read)

Treasure Seeker by Susan Breall (click to read)

What It is Like To Live by Elizabeth Kirschner (click to read)

Worse Things by Mads Bohan (click to read)

ANNOUNCING THE PUBLICATION OF “SOUTHRENODY” BY TEMPLE CONE

UnCollected Press is delighted to announce the publication of a chapbook of poetry by Temple Cone.

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Temple Cone, already known for his smart word choices, writes a new diction in a fierce intense rhapsody of the rural south. With liberated language, Cone takes us on a prayerful journey of observation in a meta-world of nature that changes the dialogue about our former impressions. Written with heart and beauty, Cone connects to the page with a new colloquialism. In this highly stylized and intelligent book Cone’s down-home words become lyric.  As one poem states: “Let prehistory get a look at your face.”  And let poetry history, too, I add.

Grace Cavalieri
Maryland Poet Laureate

Southrenody by Temple Cone

$15 BOOK + $.90 MD SALES TAX + $4 SHIPPING

$19.90