For 2015 small press publications, two of Peauxdunque’s own have been tapped as nominees for the Pushcart Prize. For fiction, Maurice Carlos Ruffin‘s short story, “The Boy Who Would Be Oloye,” has been nominated by The Massachusetts Review. This is Maurice’s second Pushcart nomination, as he also received a nomination last year from The Knicknackery. For non-fiction, Tad Bartlett‘s piece, “Head Space,” has been nominated by The Writing Disorder.
Onward into 2016!
So proud of you both and excited for you!