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Read all the editors' answers to Duotrope's interview question: Do you nominate work you've published for any national or international awards? Learn more.
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Q: Do you nominate work you've published for any national or international awards?
A: Rarely. It's mostly a waste of time.
A: We've added stories we've published to things like the Canadian Aurora Awards and Nebula Awards reading lists, nominated for the Hugos, etc. In the case of Canada's Sunburst Awards, we've asked authors whether they prefer to submit themselves, or have us submit.
A: We intend to nominate for the Pushcart Prize, among others.
A: We had two pieces last year that were nominated for the Pushcart prize. We are working on expanding this.
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A: We're pleased to say we are now nominating the best literature from each volume for the Pushcart Prize.
A: No, but we do tend to publish the winner of our society's award for student paper presentation at our conference.
A: We have, yes.
A: Not at this time.
A: Bob Atwan at Best American Essays receives a subscription to Fourth Genre, so that the essays we publish are considered each year by him and his guest editors. I nominate the full allowable number of essays for the Pushcart Prize each year as well.