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We are excited to announce that the completely redesigned Issue #24 of Arts & Letters is now available, featuring Arts & Letters Prizewinners Todd Hearon (Rumi Prize in Poetry) and Gregory Williams (Fiction Prize).
Todd Hearon’s poems have appeared in The Southern Review, The New Republic, Harvard Review, Partisan Review, AGNI, Literary Imagination, Ploughshares, Poetry, Poetry London, and Slate. His first books, Strange Land, won the Crab Orchard Poetry Series Open Competition and was published this year by Southern Illinois University Press. He has received a PEN New England “Discovery” Award; the Friends of Literature Prize from Poetry magazine; and a Dobie Paisano writing fellowship from the University of Texas at Austin. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife, poet Maggie Dietz, and their twins, Lionel and Kempie.
Gregory Williams, a retired anesthesiologist living in Mesa, Arizona with his wife and multiple golden retrievers, began writing and studying the craft of fiction in 2004. He has published creative non-fiction and poetry in the Journal of the American Medical Association. His fiction has appeared in Elysian Fields Quarterly—The Baseball Review, Blue Mesa Review, and is forthcoming in Fall 2010 in the American Fiction Anthology. His first published story “What the Doctor Didn’t Know” was nominated for the 2010 Pushcart Prize anthology.
Prizewinners Todd Hearon and Gregory Williams will be giving a reading  on Monday, November 8. For more details, please see our Visiting Writers calendar.

We are excited to announce that the completely redesigned Issue #24 of Arts & Letters is now available, featuring Arts & Letters Prizewinners Todd Hearon (Rumi Prize in Poetry) and Gregory Williams (Fiction Prize).

Todd Hearon’s poems have appeared in The Southern Review, The New Republic, Harvard Review, Partisan Review, AGNI, Literary Imagination, Ploughshares, Poetry, Poetry London, and Slate. His first books, Strange Land, won the Crab Orchard Poetry Series Open Competition and was published this year by Southern Illinois University Press. He has received a PEN New England “Discovery” Award; the Friends of Literature Prize from Poetry magazine; and a Dobie Paisano writing fellowship from the University of Texas at Austin. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife, poet Maggie Dietz, and their twins, Lionel and Kempie.

Gregory Williams, a retired anesthesiologist living in Mesa, Arizona with his wife and multiple golden retrievers, began writing and studying the craft of fiction in 2004. He has published creative non-fiction and poetry in the Journal of the American Medical Association. His fiction has appeared in Elysian Fields Quarterly—The Baseball Review, Blue Mesa Review, and is forthcoming in Fall 2010 in the American Fiction Anthology. His first published story “What the Doctor Didn’t Know” was nominated for the 2010 Pushcart Prize anthology.

Prizewinners Todd Hearon and Gregory Williams will be giving a reading on Monday, November 8. For more details, please see our Visiting Writers calendar.

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