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

A: Yes, the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net, and Bettering American Poetry!

A: We do nominate work for awards, and in fact several of our publications have been shortlisted. Further details regarding that can be found on our website.

A: Yes. Both for the books we publish as well as pieces published in the Review.

A: We haven’t at this time.

A: Yes, if presented with such an opportunity we definitely would, so author suggestions would be most welcome.

Robert Barsky, Founding Editor of AmeriQuests, 04 November 2018

A: Yes, we nominate work for the Pushcart and for Best of the Net.

A: No, we do not currently nominate works for awards.

A: Yes! We nominate for Pushcart and Best American and Best of the Net and any others that pop up.

A: Yes, absolutely. We've been featured in Bettering American Poetry and Best of the Net so far and hope to feature more authors in the future in other award anthologies.

Sebastian, Editor-in-Chief of The Boiler, 26 October 2018

A: We nominate for the Pushcart Prize, for Best of the Net, and for the Vestal prizes. We are considering additional nominations.
We publish an annual chapbook of our Pushcart nominees, to be released each November.

A: Yes, we frequently nominate our books for regional and national book awards.

Robin Miura, Senior Editor of Blair, 24 October 2018

A: We do! We nominate work for the Pushcart Prize every year, and have a special podcast episode in which we highlight and discuss our nominations.