Anna Solomon Wins Pushcart Prize!

OS author Anna Solomon’s (issue #73, “What is Alaska Like?”) latest story in The Georgia Review, “The Lobster Mafia Story,” has won a Pushcart Prize!

Anna will be giving a preview of her debut novel, The Little Bride, this Friday, May 6th at The Julliard School in NYC as a part of The Georgia Review’s New York reading series. The Little Bride (Riverhead Books, September 6th, 2011) explores the history of Russian Jewish immigrants who settled in the Great Plains and the story of a young immigrant bride with an older husband and a strong love for her stepson.

The Georgia Review is the country’s longest sustaining literary journal as well as being one of the most highly regarded.  It also has more subscribers in the New York City area than any other state (besides Georgia, of course).   The Review will host evening events at Julliard on Friday, May 6th, Sunday, May 8th, Tuesday, May 10th, and Wednesday, May 11th. Congratulations, Anna!

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