April Good News Roundup

Harper’s overall 2013 VIDA Count (via vidaweb.org)

Sean Bernard (Vol. IX) has been named the 2014 winner of the Juniper Prize for Fiction. His short story collection Desert, Sonorous will be released by UMass Press in 2015.

Christiana Langenberg (Vol. IX)‘s essay, “Foiled” received an Honorable Mention for the Thomas J. Hruska Memorial Nonfiction Award. The essay appears in Passages North, Issue 35.

Hila Ratzabi (Vol. X) has been selected for the Arctic Circle Residency, June 2015. She also has new poems currently featured The Normal School and El Aleph.

Chloe Caldwell (Vol. XI)‘s  novella titled Women will be released October 1, by short flight/long drive books.

Marin Sardy (Vol. XII)‘s open letter to the editor of Harper’s magazine regarding the publication’s gender disparity among contributors has been featured on Luna Luna.