Click "FAN MAIL" in the main menu above for this and more, in our exciting new Fan Mail section. Be With Me Always by Randon Billings NobleReading your book, Be With Me Always, I am reminded again of Sherlock Holmes in your approach to every haunting, and every visitation of your body by a ghost. … Continue reading Sweet Fan Mail: Randon Billings Noble
Click "FAN MAIL" in the main menu above for this and more, in our exciting new Fan Mail section. Nice Things by James FrancoNice Things by James Franco is filled with chaotic, yet surprising moments that take readers through a maze of lyrical and narrative twists and bends. Along the way, you transport us through … Continue reading Sweet Fan Mail: James Franco
Click "FAN MAIL" in the main menu above for this and more, in our exciting new Fan Mail section. Still Come Home by Katey Schultz When reading, Still Come Home, I was in a mason jar of dust and oak and apricot. The novel was a self-contained entity of imagery and conflict that incited all … Continue reading Sweet Fan Mail: Katey Schultz
Sweet is proud to announce it's poetry nominations for Best of the Net. Congratulations and thanks to the following poets: Maxima Kahn, “Following the Footsteps” Carolyn Willilams-Noren, “My Daughter and Her Best Friend Made Blue Jay Masks at Camp” Amy Strauss Friedman, “Biopsy” Peter Grandbois, “To sing and begin again” Lesley Wheeler, “Feeling Good” Lisa … Continue reading Poetry nominations for Best of the Net
From ten finalist poems selected by Sweet editors, final judge Chelsea Dingman (National Poetry Series Winner for Thaw, 2017) chose McKayla Conahan’s poem “1943” as the winner of the inaugural Sweet Poetry Competition. Conahan will receive $500 and 10 broadsides of the poem. Sarah Stockton’s poem “Protection Rite for Most of the Girls” was noted … Continue reading Winner of inaugural Poetry Competition.
Sweet is pleased to announce that copies of our inaugural 2017 Flash Nonfiction Contest winning chapbook will be available for purchase at #AWP18. Any remaining copies will be available online from our Books page after the conference. from the Foreword: Laughlin’s work in these essays covers ground related to loss, to the beauty and bare truth … Continue reading Kindling by Lisa Laughlin
Sweet Issue 12.2 is now available. Click 'here' to see our current issue.