New Letters, the international magazine of writing and art published by the University of Missouri-Kansas City, has won two Pushcart Prizes in nonfiction. Award-winning writer Thomas E. Kennedy’s “My White Days,” and Guggenheim Fellowship recipient Edward Hoagland’s “Hippies and Beats” will appear in The Pushcart Prize XXXIX: Best of the Small Presses anthology, to be published next year.
New Letters released its latest volume, 80.3, this month. The issue features poems, essays, short pieces and art that examine spiritual longing.
The issue also includes work by the winners of the 28th-annual New Letters Literary Awards. Subscriptions to New Letters are $22 per year (four issues), with discounts for longer subscriptions.
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