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2016


Cover of Chautauqua Journal Americana Issue

Who needs politics?

The Americana issue of Chautauqua Journal reflects on American history, culture, and traditions. I’m so pleased to have two poems in this gorgeous issue.

 

Our Lives Became Unmanageable COVERCover reveal! Omnidawn has selected the art for Our Lives Became Unmanageable. I just have to love this image—It was painted by my mother, Louise Hourrigan, and it captures the surreal humor I wanted to convey in my short collection of fabulist tales and flash fictions. The chapbook will be available in October 2016.  Reserve your copy.

 

Limestone Journal 30th Anniversary IssueTo celebrate their 30th anniversary, the venerable Limestone journal has issued a special print edition with writing by three decades of writers, including poems by Wendell Berry and Seamus Heaney… and a short story by Jackie Craven. Learn more…

 

Cover of Nimrod International Journal, Spring 2016Honored that Nimrod International Journal included three poems in their spring 2016 “Mirrors & Prisms” issue. It’s truly a thrill for me to see my work alongside a gorgeous poem by Ellen Bass.  Learn more… 

 

Salamander Magazine #41Issue #41 of  Salamander magazine has work by some of my favorite poets, including Martha Collins, Chard deNiord, Gail Mazur, and Wyn Cooper. Proud to be included! Learn more…

2015

Missouri Review has announced their poetry contest winners for 2015:  First place goes to Phillip B. Williams. The finalists are Jackie Craven, Allison Davis, and Corey Van Landingham. Congratulations!  Learn more…

Mid-American Review vol. xxxvi, no. 1Check out the fall 2015 issue of Mid-American Review for their  Fineline Competition Winners. “790 Terahertz” by Jackie Craven is a finalist in this beautiful volume. Learn more…

Our Lives Became Unmanageable by Jackie Craven is Omnidawn’s pick for their 2014 Fabulist Fiction Award. The chapbook will be published in October 2016. Learn more…

New Ohio ReviewDon’t miss  New Ohio Review #18!  The issue includes poems by Billy Collins, Stephen Dunn, Andrea Hollander, and Jackie Craven. Learn more…

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