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“I wish you had those pills to help. Remember those?”
Zachary Tyler Vickers
2019 Aura Estrada Short Story Contest Runner-Up
Congratulations to Neshat Khan!
The Spring 2019 Aura Estrada Short Story Contest Winner
When the townsfolk gathered to dip that year’s births in the creek, all saw what the midwife had already observed: all the babies were the same baby.
Man Booker nominees and more got their start at Boston Review.
Rosie Gillies, Boston Review
Announcing the winner of the 2017 Aura Estrada Short Story Contest, Gina Balibrera.
2017 Aura Estrada Short Story Contest winner selected by Min Jin Lee.
2016 Aura Estrada Short Story Contest Winner selected by Jennifer Egan.
Mikayla Ávila Vilá
A debut short story by an emerging Nigerian writer. Winner of the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers.
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