Mobius news

December 2016
Work from 2016 that we nominated for the Pushcart Prize:

Nominated poems
“My Son Describes the KKK Video He Saw During His Field Trip to the Museum,” Bobbie Lovell, 27.1
from “Elegy for the Scholar of Palmyra,” James McKee, 27.2
“Postcard,” John Perrault, 27.3

Nominated stories:
“A Million Lights to Dance On,” Stacey Bell, 27.2
“The Girl in the Headscarf,” George Holm, 27.4
“The Good Shepherd Lawn Care Service,” Gary Jones, 27.4

September 2016
Poems from the preceding year that we nominated for Best of the Net:

“Incoming Nukes" by Isaac Black, 26.3
“Letting the Monster Live” by Deonte Osayande, 26.3
“Leaf" by Ed Taylor, 26.4
“The Origin of Fear" by Tamer Mostafa, 26.4
“My Son Describes the KKK Video He Saw During His Field Trip to the Museum" by Bobbie Lovell, 27.1
from “Elegy for the Scholar of Palmyra” by James McKee, 27.2

December 2015
Work from 2015 that we nominated for the Pushcart Prize:

Nominated poems
“Somalia,” Siham Karami, 26.1
“Letting the Monster Live,” Deonte Osayande, 26.2
“Leaf,” Ed Taylor, 26.4

Nominated stories:
“Just Not Possible,” Margaret Karmazin, 26.2
“Shark Fin Soup,” J. R. Gerow, 26.3

Nominated editorial
“The Objectifying of the Other and Striving to See Subjects Rather Than Objects,” Fred Schepartz, 26.2

September 2015
Poems that we nominated for Best of the Net:

"Bedtime on Independence Day," Kimberly G. Jackson, 25.3
"Sorry," Beth Cato, 25.4
"Praise Song," Stevie Edwards, 25.4
"right of return," Abraham Younes, 25.4
"Poem about Race," Emily Zhang, 26.1
"There’s a stampede at the exit; please keep calm," Jane Røken, 26.2

Nominated stories:

“Just Not Possible,” Margaret Karmazin, 26.2
“Monsters,” Tyra Kaufman, 26.1

February 2015
We are, at the tender age of twenty-five, reviewed herein:
thereviewreview.net/reviews/online-journal-celebrates-25th-anniversary-writing-s

December 2014
Poems from 2014 that we nominated for the Pushcart Prize:

“Backhanded Apology,” Megan Falley, 25.2
“Bedtime on Independence Day,” Kimberly G. Jackson, 25.3
“Gentrification,” Deonte Osayande, 25.3
“Passive Voice,” Kathleen M. Kelley, 25.3
“Praise Song,” Stevie Edwards, 25.4
“Right of Return,” Abraham Younes, 25.4

December 2013
Poems from 2013 that we nominated for the Pushcart Prize:

“Brief Letter in Red Lipstick Found on Windshield,” zakia henderson-brown, 24.1
“Toy Horse,” Kristina Moriconi, 24.1
“I Really Need to Stop Whining,” Scott Hartwich, 24.2
“Light,” Amanda Leigh Rogers, 24.2
“On a Neighbor’s Foreclosure,” Sara Biggs Chaney, 24.3
“Times Two,” Ann K. Schwader, 23.3

December 2012
Poems from 2012 that we nominated for the Pushcart Prize:

“A Merciful God,” Chris Fradkin, 23.2
“Collateral Damage,” Chuck Rybak, 23.2
“What Every Mother Hopes For,” Linda K. Sienkiewicz, 23.2
“Lamentations of a Conspiracy Geek,” Wade German, 23.3
“The Great Depression,” Kate Hammerich, 23.3
“Still Life,” Rebecca Dunham, 23.4

September 2012
Poems that we nominated for Best of the Net:

“When Calling Home to Tell Your Dad about the Good Job,” Stevie Edwards, 22.3
“The World of Poetry,” by Matthew Nadelson, 22.3
“Testimony,” Wayne Lee,” 22.4
“Birds and Beasts,” Norman Minnick, 22.4
“They Do,” Nina Bennett, 23.1
“Pretend Play,” Ann Tweedy, 23.1

August 2011
Mobius has been given 5 stars by The Review Review; see thereviewreview.net/reviews/journals-justice-literary-magazine-focuses-social-is

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