Writing from The Sun receives Honorable Mention in the Best American Series and The Pushcart Prize Anthology

Posted on: November 21, 2011

Two essays published in The Sun were listed as “Notable Essays” in The Best American Essays 2011, edited by Edwidge Danticat:

Girl, Ruined,” by Lee Strickland [November 2010]
There's No Such Thing As A Free Association,” by Lad Tobin [September 2010]

John Frank's essay “Pink Suitcases” [November 2010] is listed as “Notable Nonrequired Reading” in The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2011, edited by Dave Eggers.

Four selections from The Sun received “Special Mention” in The Pushcart Prize XXXVI: Best Of The Small Presses:

Across the River,” an essay by Nikolina Kulidžan [September 2010]
“The Mere Mortal,” fiction by Louis B. Jones [May 2010]
“At Prayer Level,” fiction by Marjorie Kemper [July 2010]
Troubled Youth,” an essay by Poe Ballantine [June 2010]

Our congratulations to the authors.

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