3 Failures and a Win

Dear John Paul Jaramillo:

Thanks for giving us the opportunity to read your submission (“Descansos”) to Many Mountains Moving. This journal and small press could not thrive without the submissions and support of thousands of poets, writers and artists like you. Although we are not able to publish your work at this time, your submission was read with care by the editors.

Please visit us at http://mmminc.org for updates about the new books, issues, and contests. Also, please wait at least six months before submitting again.

Thanks.

Sincerely,

The Editors

2009-06-22 16:11:01 (GMT -6:00)

Dear Writers,

Many thanks for submitting your work to the Wag’s Revue Inaugural Contest in Fiction. We were overwhelmed by the quantity and quality of submissions. Deciding the winner was extremely difficult, but here are the results:

Winner: “The Recital” by Lauren Lovett.
Runner-up: “Mourning Jimmy Crooks” by Robert Meixner.

Thanks again for your contributions. Issue 2, which will include the above stories, will be online in the next day or two. Be sure to drop by and give it a read. Also, submissions will soon be open in all genres. Please do consider submitting again.

All the best,


Will Litton
Fiction Editor, Wag’s Revue

Dear John Paul,

Thank you for submitting “the House of Order”. We won’t be publishing this piece, but we appreciated the opportunity to read your work! Because we read so many stories, it is not possible for us to give specific feedback, but, if you’re a relative beginner, you may find something of interest here: Editors’ Input

Glimmer Train Press Reference#: 250957

Dear John Paul,
We are very pleased with your latest version of “Rabbit Story” and, if it is still available, would like to accept it in our upcoming issue due out this October.  Attached is the publishing consent form.  You can either sign the contract and return it electronically or you can print it, sign it, and mail it back to us at this address:

University of Colorado Denver
Copper Nickel Fiction Board
1015 Ninth St Park
Denver, CO 80217

Please also include a short (under 100 words) bio.
We look forward to printing your work!

Thank you,

Alyson Goodman
Copper Nickel Fiction Staff

Published by john paul jaramillo

John Paul Jaramillo was born and raised in southern Colorado. His stories and essays have appeared in numerous publications, including the Acentos Review, Palabra, A Magazine of Chicano and Latino Literary Art, and most recently in Duende. His collection The House of Order: Stories was named an International Latino Book Award Finalist and his novel in stories Little Mocos is forthcoming from Twelve Winters Press. In 2013 the editors of Latino Boom: An Anthology of U.S. Latino Literature listed Jaramillo as one of its Top 10 New Latino Authors to Watch and Read.

One Comment

  1. So do three wins (lately) make a home run? ❤

    Reply

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