“Garbage Picker of Memory,” was nominated for a Pushcart prize by Valparaiso Fiction Review, Dec. 2011

http://scholar.valpo.edu/vfr/vol1/iss1/4

My story “Garbage Picker of Memory” was nominated for a Pushcart prize by Valparaiso Fiction Review, Dec. 2011

Thank you so much, Jonathan Bull and Edward Byrne

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About megtuite

Meg Tuite's writing has appeared in numerous literary journals including Berkeley Fiction Review, 34th Parallel, Epiphany, One, the Journal, Monkeybicycle and Boston Literary Magazine. She has been nominated several times for the Pushcart Prize. She is the author of two short story collections, Bound By Blue (2013) Sententia Books and Domestic Apparition (2011) San Francisco Bay Press, and three chapbooks including her latest, Her Skin is a Costume (2013) Red Bird Chapbooks, won the Twin Antler's Collaborative Award through Artistically Declined Press (2014), for her collaborative poetry collection, Bare Bulbs Swinging with Heather Fowler and Michelle Reale. She has a monthly column, Exquisite Duet, published up at JMWW. Her blog: megtuite.com
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2 Responses to “Garbage Picker of Memory,” was nominated for a Pushcart prize by Valparaiso Fiction Review, Dec. 2011

  1. Michael Gillan Maxwell says:

    Congratulations! I saw a Facebook post by Robert Vaughan that this is your fourth nomination? I’d certainly call that being on fire! I just read garbage Picker of Memory and I can see why it was nominated. I think it is a little masterpiece with intensely evocative imagery and amazing character development within a very compact format.

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