The time has come to announce the winners of Gimmick Press' Three-Way Dance chapbook project.
First off, thank you to everyone who submitted. We enjoyed the variety of submissions, and wish you all the best of luck finding a home for your chapbooks.
But now, please join us in congratulating the three writers whose manuscripts will be published by Gimmick Press.
The Leo Burke Finish: Prose Poems and a Lyric Essay, by Michael Chin
Michael Chin was born and raised in Utica, New York and is an alum of graduate writing programs at Oregon State University and Johns Hopkins University. He won the 2014 Jim Knudsen Editor’s Prize for fiction from the University of New Orleans and has previously published or has work forthcoming in journals including The Normal School, the Prairie Schooner online, Word Riot, Gravel, and Bayou Magazine. Find him online at miketchin.com and follow him on Twitter @miketchin.
Todo lo Malo, by Frankie Metro
Frankie Metro's obsession with Pentagon Dark and Mil Muertes is beyond ridiculous at this point. He's published two books of poetry and one novella entitled The Professional Donor. He is the co-founder/chief editor of Kleft Jaw Press.
The Rulebreakers Alphabet, by Brian Rosenberger
Brian Rosenberger lives in a cellar in Marietta, GA and writes by the light of captured fireflies. He is the author of As The Worm Turns, a collection of short stories, and three poetry collections. Brusier Brody remains his favorite wrestler.
Once again, Gimmick Press wishes to thank everyone who submitted to the Three-Way Dance chapbook project. We will continue to post updates, leading to the publication of Three-Way Dance, and Gimmick Press' next call for submissions is coming soon!