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

A: Yes, we nominate most books we publish for at least a handful of awards. We can't always submit to every award a writer identifies as a possibility, just due to costs, but we do our best to hit the most relevant ones.

A: We nominate work for nearly a dozen regional, state, and national awards, and each year, we're adding to our list of contests and prizes for which we make submissions.

A: I'm fairly new to the publishing scene, but I have made a handful of nominations. I wouldn't be opposed to doin so in the future, either.

A: Occasionally.

A: We sure do! This is our first year of publication as the rebooted Dodge, so we're still working out our award submission schedule.

A: No

A: No.

A: Yes. Last year we nominated for Pushcart, Best of the Net, Best Small Fictions, and Best Microfiction. We hope to nominate for more awards in the future.

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

A: We haven't done so yet, because we haven't been around all that long. But it's definitely something we'd consider!

Gemma Peckham, Editor-in-Chief of Oh Reader, 04 September 2022

A: Yes I do. PBS, Michael Marks, Forward Prize, etc. Whatever they're eligible for.

A: This year we aim to nominate for Pushcarts.