Tahoma Literary Review

a journal of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry

Helloooooo Pushcarts!

DECEMBER 4, 2017

We have sent in our Pushcart nominations! We are so proud of our writers: 

Fiction: “A Line of Any Length” by Sarah P. Strong (#10)
“We Are Still the Mountain” by Aram Mrjoian (#9)
Poetry: “Hillsborough County Aubade” by Chelsea Dingman (#10)
“A Mu’allaqa for Clifton Avenue” by José Angel Araguz (#9)
Nonfiction: “This American Monster” by Jo Scott-Coe (#10)
“Putting Up Shots” by Jonathan McDaniel (#9)

Are you wondering when you can submit to us again so you can nominated for a Pushcart? Tahoma Literary Review opens up again February 1, 2018.

We also wanted to remind you that we will always honor your contribution to our literary project by paying for your work, and keeping our transparency index updated. See that here

Now. Are you ready to submit? Go on, show us your best work. Thank you. 

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