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Silent Anatomies | Reviewed at Tarpaulin Sky Press

The book offers more than a reading experience: it is a journey through an art installation. Most of these installations are housed in a single room, a series of spaces, or a defined outdoor area. There’s also text, family photographs, scans of artifacts, and medical ephemera. – Miriam Rother Source: Monica Ong’s “Silent Anatomies” Reviewed

Robin Coste Lewis to Judge Kore’s 2016 First Book Award

NEW DEADLINE: July 15, 2016

Edwidge Danticat to judge Kore’s 2016 Short Fiction Award

$1250 prize plus limited edition chapbook and e-publication. February 14, 2016 DEADLINE

First Book Award Winner: Zayne Turner

2015 First Book Award Winner Zayne Turner for “Body Burden”

Short Fiction Winner: TAYLER HEUSTON

2015 Kore Press Short Fiction Winner Tayler Heuston for “Hostages”