Some Good News: Ruminate in Sojourners Magazine
was recently featured (along with several of our other publishing friends) in a wonderful article in Sojourners Magazine
on "The Borderlands of Publishing" by Julie Polter. Polter examines the important work that Ruminate and some of peers are doing in encouraging the Christian art and literary community. The print version is lovely and I highly recommend picking up a copy at your local newsstand--Sojourners
is a great publication. Or you can read the article online here
. You need to register your email to read it, but registration is free. Enjoy! Also, we just found out, a little belatedly, that Susan Woodring's short story, "The Smallest of These," published in Ruminate Issue 11: Passages
an winner of Ruminate's short story contest
was awarded a notable mention in the 2010 Best American Short Stories anthology. We are so happy for Susan and are thrilled to have the work in Ruminate
recognized by the larger publishing community. You can see a list of the other stories that received a notable mention here
(just click on the "notables" tab).
In addition to having work previously in Ruminate, Aaron Brown has been published in Transition, Tupelo Quarterly, Portland Review, and Cimarron Review, among others. He is the author of Winnower (Wipf & Stock, 2013) and is a Pushcart Prize nominee. An MFA graduate from the University of Maryland, Aaron lives with his wife Melinda in Sterling, Kansas, where he is an assistant professor of writing and editing at Sterling College.
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