Celebrating thirty years as a Seattle area journal, Crab Creek Review is dedicated to publishing the best writing from the Northwest and beyond.
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Crab Creek Review Announces 2012 Pushcart Nominations and Editors' Prize
Congratulations to the following poets and writers nominated for a Pushcart Prize:
The Less Contained, Prayer by Linda Dove
Jesus and Black Olives by Monic Ductan
For the Life of Me by Tina Kelley
Summer Shadow Lamina by Samuel Mock
Seamus-Luigi Makes Three by Jenny Smick
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Woman by Rochelle Spencer
Congratulations to the winner of the Crab Creek Review Editors' Prize, Rochelle Spencer for her nonfiction piece, Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Woman, published in CCR 2012 v.2. Rochelle Spencer has an MFA from New York University and is the author of the e-novella, Ella Jones and Her Magical Vagina. About Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Black Woman, Rochelle writes: "This was the hardest essay I've ever had to write, but I am grateful for having written it; researching it made me rethink how I saw other black women's bodies, and by extension, my own."
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Crab Creek Review's Literary Advisory Board
The following poets have graciously accepted our invitation to serve on our Crab Creek Review Board:
We are delighted that these talented writers will be working with us in an advisory role. Our Fall/Winter 2009 issue features their poetry.
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