After being on hiatus, The Nassau Review has published their 2012 issue, featuring the work of the 2011 and 2012 writer awards. In the editor’s note, Christina M. Rau says, “Coming back into the lively, chaotic literary scene after a hiatus was tricky, but reading through so many pieces that sparked lively discussions made us believe not only that we could put this journal out, but that this journal would mean something, that literature means something, and that what we do is important. Congratulations to all the artists in these pages and on the cover, especially to the winners of the Writer Awards from both 2011 and 2012.
2011 Poetry Winner
Katie Manning: “Sleeping Beauty’s Mother”
2011 Short Story Winner
Liz Dolan: “What’s Like What”
2012 Flash Fiction Winner
2012 Prose Poetry Winner
JodiAnn Stevenson: “A Thousand Birds”