The Ekphrastic Review has made our nominations for this year's Best of the Net Anthology with Sundress Publications.
Best of the Net was created to honour excellence in online literature. Nominations are for work published from July 2020 through the end of June 2021.
We are most grateful for help choosing this year's nominees from Alarie Tennille, our prize nomination consultant. Alarie is a longtime contributor, occasional guest editor, and judge for our Women Artists contest. Her most recent book is 3 A.M. at the Museum. We cannot thank you enough for your hard work and loving attention.
Without further adieu, congratulations to our ten nominees, in alphabetic order.
Please read their works and share it on social media!
Best of the Net Nominees
Standing Tall – Shelly Blankman
Threadbare, by Diane Durant
Dorothea Lange’s Man Beside Wheelbarrow, by Brian Kates
A Crown for Ida O’Keeffe, by Jean L. Kreiling
Horse and Train, by Lisa McCabe
Wheat Field with Crows, by Pamela Porter
Checkered Floor, by Sandi Stromberg
Because the Living May Be Worth Something, Too, by Brendan Todt
Return from the Woods, by Nan Wigington
On the Road Between Their Houses, by Francine Witte
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