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Pushcart Prize Nomination

Macri_Quiddity2017A few days ago I received word that Quiddity has included my poem “When Beauty Was Found Sleeping” in its 2017 nominations for the Pushcart Prize. This piece is in the good company Quiddity‘s other nominations, fiction and poetry by Joanne Diaz, Elizabeth O’Brien, Heather Cox, Cindy Lam, and Charles Cote. This poem, the last in this issue, is particularly appropriate now as we face a decision to go back to sleep or to wake, as we come to understand the implications of what sleeping or waking means.

Time to wake.



Macri_Quiddity2017.jpg“Say We Found the Lions’ Gate Buried in the City” and “After Beauty Is Found Sleeping” conclude the latest volume of Quiddity.