Caper Literary Journal will be featured on Six Questions Jim Harrington. This site interviews editors and writers about submissions, writing and ideas. Previous interviews included Dzanc Books, A capella Zoo, Moon Milk Review, Bartleby Snopes, Arte Publico and PANK, among others.

This month:
10/01—White Rose Publishing
10/04—The Linnet’s Wings
10/06—Lyrical Passion Poetry
10/08—Mischievous Muse Press
10/11—Caper Literary Journal
10/13—Hub City Press
10/18—Death Head Grin
10/20—The Cortland Review
10/22—Pirene’s Fountain-Lodge
10/25—Pirene’s Fountain-Timmons
For Sundress Publications' Best of the Net Anthology, Caper has submitted our nominees. Along with dozens of other journals, we're proud to have such lovely work submitted to our journal.

The reason we chose certain poets and writers are many, but it should be said that it was a difficult choice. All of the writers and poets published with Caper are wonderful. Many maintain a devoted relationship to us, consistently sending work our way and coming to our events, letting us know about their publishing endeavors. We love that. It was hard not to pick so many, many more.

The nominations could only include work published in Caper between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010. So work published after that point will be considered for next year.

Work was chosen based on originality, creativity, dedication to craft and the literary community. The of the poets and writers chosen also truly adhere to the Caper guidelines. Their work show the wide spectrum of Caper material.

So, without further ado, the nominees are:

Martin Willitts, Jr.

F. John Sharp

Rae Bryant

Jim Benz

Harry Calhoun

Kenneth Karrerr

Sergio A. Ortiz

Roberto Beltran