Atticus Review Nominations for The Best Small Fictions 2018

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Best Small Fictions Nominations 2017From The Best Small Fictions 2018 Nomination Guidelines:

The Best Small Fictions is the first contemporary anthology solely devoted to honoring the best short hybrid fiction published in a calendar year. With this annual, we seek to promote the seasoned as well as the emerging writer.”

Atticus Review is pleased to nominate the following five stories (presented in alphabetical order by title):

Alligators at Night
by Meg Pokrass
Alligators at Night by Meg Pokrass

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Hacedora
by Kaitlyn Burd
Hacedora

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Lake Mary Jane
by Jeff Ewing
Lake Mary Jane

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Myth in Which My Father Does Not Recreate the Moon Landing
by Todd Dillard
Myth in Which My Father Does Not Recreate the Moon Landing

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Public Enemy
by Robert P. Kaye

Apparently we have a thing for alligators. Who knew?

We wish all our nominees the best of luck! We also thank all our contributors for their excellent work and for making the task of choosing which five stories to nominate so dang hard!

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About Author

Michelle Ross is the author of There's So Much They Haven't Told You, winner of the 2016 Moon City Press Short Fiction Award (MCP 2017). Her fiction has appeared in The Common, Electric Literature's Recommended Reading, Gulf Coast, Hobart, TriQuarterly, and other journals. Some of these stories can be read online at michellenross.com. She lives in Tucson, Arizona, where she works as a science writer.

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