Wheelhouse Magazine Issue 9 features work by Rachel Zolf, Tina Darragh, Ben Friedlander, Barbara Jane Reyes, Stephen Cope, Sara Larsen, David Brazil, CJ Martin, Michael Leong, Dorothee Lang, Karyn Eisler, Lawrence Eisler, Kathrin Schaeppi, Dana Teen Lomax, Caleb Puckett, Maika Pollack, Heller Levinson, Donald Dunbar, Anne Gorrick, Cami Park, Paul Siegell, Donora Hillard, Sam Lohmann, Frances Raven, Jen Tynes, Maryam Gunja, Adam Fieled, Robert Mittenthal, William Allegrezzza, Julian Brolaski, Mark Lamoureux, and Brenda Iijima
New & Forthcoming Chapbooks: Look out for chapbooks soon forthcoming by Stan Apps, Elizabeth Kate Switaj, James Maugn, Eileen Tabios, Laura Carter, Felino Soriano, and Geoffrey Gatza. In the meantime, we're thrilled to announce the publication of poet Uche Nduka's new chapbook, Tracers. Now available through Wheelhouse Press as a freely downloadable-ebook, Tracers was designed and typeset by Wheelhouse editor Kate Robinson, with cover-image designed by Spartaco Margioni. We're extremely honored to feature Nduka's new work here, as well as on Good Reads. Enjoy. Uche Nduka was born and brought up in Nigeria. His books include Flower Child (1988), Second Act (1994), The Bremen Poems (1995), Chiaroscuro (which won the Association of Nigerian Authors Poetry Prize for 1997), If Only TheNight (2003), Heart’s Field (2005) and eel on reef (2007). Nduka has lived in Holland and Germany. He presently lives and works in New York City.
Million Writers Award: Wheelhouse Magazine contributor Summer Block won the 2010 Million Writers Award, 1st Prize Overall, for her prose piece "Hospitality" (Issue No. 8). Many thanks to Jason Sanford, the judges, and Story South, for nominating the story as one of their top ten of the web of 2009, and to readers for voting for Summer's piece as their top pick.