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Oct 01

CfDL Best of the Net and Pushcart Nominations

Citizens for Decent Literature is pleased to announce their nominations for the 2013 Best of the Net and Pushcart Prize. Thanks goes out to all of our contributors and congratulations to the nominees.

BEST OF THE NET

Issue #1
Under Douche Bag by Shali Nicholas
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2012/08/nicholas/

Issue #2
These Little Rituals by Anneliese Mackintosh
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2012/09/mackintosh/

Unshaved by Josh Olsen
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2012/09/olsen-3/

Issue #3
Yep, Another Library Pome by Tim Murray
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2012/10/timmurray/

Issue #5
Neo-Zine by Bud Smith
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2013/02/smith-5/

Issue #6
The Backseats of My Early Twenties by Sarah E. Alderman
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2013/03/alderman/

Note to My Younger Self on the Beauty of Birds by Larry Duncan
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2013/03/duncan-2/

My Friend with Cerebral Palsy by Newamba Flamingo
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2013/03/flamingo/

Reckless by Erin Reardon
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2013/03/reardon/

Stupid Poem about Stupid Airports by William Taylor Jr.
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2013/03/taylor-2/

PUSHCART PRIZE

How to Cook in a Coffee Pot by Heather Dorn
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2013/03/dorn-3/

This is the Damn Poem by Brian W. Fugett
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2012/07/fugett/

Akirema by Frank Walsh
http://nowplaying.citizensfordecentliterature.com/2013/02/walsh-2/

Up the Whiskey Tree by April Michelle Bratten
http://issuu.com/literaryunderground/docs/cfdl3

Charger by Tom Pescatore
(Little Book)

Part 1 by Tim Murray
(Dinosaur Ditch)

Citizens for Decent Literature Press was founded in 2011 as a project of The Literary Underground. Established first as a print zine and APA (Amateur Press Association), our formats now include Little Books, Roll Your Own Stories and the Manuscript Series – all available for FREE. Our Chapbook Series is available at or below cost. Now Playing @ Citizens for Decent Literature began publishing poetry, short stories, essays and rants on January 1, 2012 every third day. In August 2012 the publishing schedule was moved to monthly with the first issue on August 15th and is now currently published on the most random schedule possible.

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