Each year, Spittoon magazine selects a winner for each category among those writers that have been published in the magazine that year. “The editors’ decisions when choosing writing for Spittoon awards are based on a number of factors, including–but not limited to–editor consensus across and between genres; unsolicited feedback from readers; and how well the piece fits with the stated mission of the journal.”
Winners are featured on the website along with a bio. But best of all is that they receive a trophy in the mail–an authentic spittoon!
Best of 2012
Matthew Lykins: “Adult Situations and Language”
Kristy Bowen: from beautiful, sinister
Nancy Devine: “Line”
Anne Germanacos: “Just me singing”