Meg Tuite, author of Domestic Apparition and fiction editor at The Santa Fe Literary Review and Connotation Press: An Online Artifact received two Pushcart Nominatins today (so far!). The first came from Thunderclap Press, which nominated Meg’s story “Fissure.” A short time later, A-Minor came out with its list of nominees, including Meg’s short fiction piece, “Dad’s Strung Out Women Blues.”
I once heard Meg refer to another writer’s work as “warrior writing,” and I think the term applies just as well to her own prose. Meg “goes for the jugular” like few writer’s I’ve seen. You don’t board this roller coaster unless you’re ready for the ride.
Congratulations, Meg! I feel honored to know you, and I know many writers have experienced your support and generosity.