Consequence board member Jane Unrue will moderate a panel on Writing and Risk: Six Writers in Conversation at Harvard’s Lamont Library. Panelists include: Beekan Guluma Erena, Sreang Heng, Amanda Hopkinson, Jorge Olivera Castillo, Mahmoud Nowara, and Kanchana Ugbabe. Wednesday, April 19th at 5 PM.
We’re pleased to announce our Pushcart nominations. Congratulations to the nominees! FICTION: “Float” Teresa Fazio “The Disappeared Child” Bridget Muller Sampson NONFICTION: “Forty Minutes at a Gas Station” Nathan Webster “I Died. The World Started Living” Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Hải POETRY: “Carrying the Dead” Lisa Suhair Majaj “Poem Which Includes the Moment When Victor’s Unit […]
Announcing the 2016 Consequence Prize in Fiction Winner Hester Kaplan selected this year’s winning story: “Take the Last Right Turn on Lemon Avenue” by Jeff Burt. About the selected story Hester Kaplan wrote: “Take the Last Right Turn on Lemon Avenue” explores in beautiful and spare prose the unlikely—and life-saving—friendship between neighbors touched by war, […]
Consequence congratulates Peter Balakian, winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his collection Ozone Journal. An excerpt from the collection, “Name and Place”, appears in Consequence’s Volume 5 and a review of the book appears on Consequence Online. George Kovach’s review of Mr. Balakian’s earlier book, Ziggurat, appeared in Consequence, Volume 3. According […]
CROSSING BORDERS: THE WRITER AND THE ARTIST / ISRAEL AND PALESTINE Please join us for a panel discussion about the ability of art and literature to address and respond to the spectrum of realities in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Literature and the arts engage the core of our humanity at once emotionally and intellectually. The conversation […]