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Anthropoid is proud to present our nominations to 2015’s The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses!



Degrees of Invasiveness” by Tem Arbora
Story, Womanhood and Colonialism by Hiba Bint Zeinab and Melissa Rae Sipin-Gabon


Thunder Boy” by K Vish
Animals” by Will Manlove


An Intimate Look Inside the Lithuanian Disco Scene” by Nicole Steinberg
I Am Sorry For Your Loss” by Casandra Lopez

We wish these authors the best of luck in the selection process, and thank you to all of our contributors and submitters for trusting us with your work, and for making our inaugural issue such a success through the quality and magic of your art.

Be sure to check out Issue 1: Fauna to see the entire menagerie of beautiful specimens from our inaugural issue.

We’ll be presenting lots of goodies and new writing through the collective and blog over the coming months, so stay tuned! Wishing you all an exciting new year,
– the Anthropoid collective

We are, all of us, anthropoids.


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 second-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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