The Anthropoid staff are proud to present our nominations for Sundress Publications’ annual Best of the Net Anthology!

 

Non-fiction

On Beauty” by Rebecca Hazelwood

Scribble Scholar Was Here” by Clay Shields

Fiction

The Exhibit” by Branden Boyer-White

A Thing in Motion” by Meredith Luby

Poetry

Hunger Artists” by Bill Freedman

seshat” by Scherezade Siobhan

the whole unprecious” by Naima Yael Tokunow

Possible Reasons My Dad Won’t Return To The Philippines” by Danni Quintos

The Best Part of Anything” by Shira Erlichman

Inside Out” by Michael Wasson

 


Really, we would have preferred to nominate all the things, so don’t miss out on discovering or getting re-acquainted with all the work in Issue Folk! We’ve even got brand-new Folk content we’ll be releasing soon, ahead of our upcoming Issue 3: Future — follow our Facebook page or Twitter for updates.

Thank you to all those who have shared their work with us since our very first call for submissions. And thank you to our staff, guest-editors, and readers, for their time and dedication. We hope the Sundress team enjoys reading these as much as we did — good luck, all you anthropoids!

As ever, keep reading, writing, and human-ing, friends.
~ K

     

Kenzie Allen

Kenzie Allen is a descendant of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin. She is a graduate of the Helen Zell Writers' Program at the University of Michigan, and is currently a first-year Ph.D. and Advanced Opportunity Program Fellow at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Her work can be found in Boston Review, The Iowa Review, Narrative, Apogee, Drunken Boat, SOFTBLOW, Indiana Review, Best New Poets 2016, and other venues. She was born in West Texas and tumbleweeds around with frequency.

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