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Q: Do you nominate work you've published for any national or international awards?

A: We are looking to do so in the coming year, but have not done so previously.

A: Yes! We nominate for Best of the Net and Pushcart Awards.

A: Yes we nominate works we feel have a chance to win.

A: We nominate for every award we can find.

A: We have nominated work for the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers.

A: For our 2018 edition we nominated five poets and authors to the Pushcart Prize. We intend to do so this year as well. Since each year our editorial team changes hands, I cannot speak for future editorial boards. I would like to think that we started something of a tradition here.

A: We are a young magazine, so we have not yet, but we're excited to start nominating the pieces we've published for awards.

A: A few. We'd like to do more.

Gill James, editor-in-chief of CafeLit, 02 October 2019

A: Yes. We nominate for Best of the Net, Pushcart Prize Anthology, Best Undergraduate Writing, and O'Henry Prize Anthology.

K. China Myers, Senior Editor of Duende, 29 September 2019

A: We do. We're a relatively new magazine, but so far we've put stories forward for the Push Cart Prize.

A: Absolutely.

A: Yes. We do Best of Net and Pushcart.