The summer/fall 2016 issue of Gulf Coast, in addition to a lot of great writing for their themed “Archive Issue,” includes winners from two of their contests:
The 2015 Gulf Coast Prize in Translation
Judged by Ammiel Alcalay
Winner ($1000 + Print publication)
Samantha Schnee for her translation from Carmen Boullosa’s The Romantics’ Conspiracy.
Honorable Mention ($250 + Online publication)
Rebeca Velasquez for her translation from Irma de Águila’s El hombre que hablaba del cielo, or The Man Who Spoke About the Heavens.
Brad Fox for his translation from Sait Faik Abasiyanik’s novella Havada Bulut, or A Cloud in the Sky.
Jonathan Larson for his translation of Friederike Mayröcker’s études.
J. Bret Maney for his translation of Guillermo Cotto-Thorner’s Manhattan Tropics.
2015 Barthelme Prize for Short Fiction
Judged by Steve Almond
Winner ($1000 + Pring publication)
“Taylor Swift” by Hugh Behm-Steinberg
Honorable Mention ($250 + Print publication)
“The Deer” by Nickole Brown
“Threeway” by Wes Wrobel