ASP Bulletin Announces Nominations for Best of the Net 2022
ASP's in-house literary journal nominates nine authors for the Best of the Net 2022
The Best of the Net is an awards-based anthology started in 2006. Online publications can submit pieces in four categories: poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and art. For this year, the Bulletin submitted a total of nine authors in three different categories. They are as follows:
Leslie Pietrzyk: Keep Your Dead Close (NF)
James J. Patterson: Hermes at the Kakistocracy Hotel (NF)
dave ring: Non-Volatile Memory (Fic)
Ellen White Rook: Center Square Oblivion (P)
Shuly Xóchitl Cawood: Hunger (P)
Richard Peabody: Elevator in the Brain Hotel (P)
Kathleen Hellen: revisions to the catalogue of folktale types (P)
Jen Karetnick: We Pretend Britney Spears Is a Hurricane (P)
Tara Isabel Zambrano: a girl on the beach (P)
ASP celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with works by Japanese-American poet and writer, Linda Watanabe McFerrin. The two poems and one essay below are featured in her Legacy Collection, Navigating the Divide.
Pittsburgh Magazine includes Dave Housley’s new novel, The Other Ones, among it’s list of must have summer reads for 2022. Whether on the beach, exploring the Alleghanies, or just relaxing in the sun, The Other Ones is a page turner suitable for anyone averting themselves from clammy office life.
Saida Agostini’s debut collection of poems receives a glowing recommendation from Ms. Magazine in three words: “Mythology, ancestry, triumph.”