READ SHORT FICTION announces Pushcart nominee
Rob Mayette and I, co-editors at Read Short Fiction, are proud to announce that our Pushcart Prize nomination for the year goes to Michael Wehunt’s “Everything, All at Once, Forever.”
“Everything, All at Once, Forever” is a rare find. I was so overwhelmed with grief while reading this piece that when I had finished, I could barely talk. I think Rob, in our meeting, put it best when he said he was “spellbound,” that the writer is “so in command of this mindset,” and that he was “emotionally drained after reading it.” This story plumbs the terrible depths of loss in a way that few stories, for me, have; in my opinion, this is literary horror at its finest.
To learn more about the Pushcart: http://www.pushcartprize.com/
To read “Everything, All at Once, Forever”: http://www.readshortfiction.com/2013/06/everything-all-at-once-forever-by-michael-wehunt/#more-655
Posted on December 18, 2013, in News, Read Short Fiction, Short Stories and tagged Michael Wehunt, Pushcart Prize, Read Short Fiction, Rob Mayette, short stories about death. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Well deserved! A fine story!