Hadley Moore’s Not Dead Yet a finalist for the McMath Award!

April 14, 2021

Autumn House is excited to share that Hadley Moore‘s short story collection Not Dead Yet and Other Stories, winner of the 2018 Autumn House Full-Length Fiction Prize, is the fiction finalist for the Sixth Annual Phillip H. McMath Post Publication Book Award! The prize, which went to Katy Yocom’s novel Three Ways to Disappear¬†in fiction and Wendy Taylor Carlisle’s collection The Mercy of Traffic¬†in poetry,

… was founded in 2016 to promote recently published books and to honor central Arkansas author and literary advocate Phillip H. McMath, who selected the overall winner from the finalists chosen by students in the Arkansas Writers MFA Workshop.

AHP wishes to congratulate Hadley on this recognition of her literary talent and achievement, as well as the contest’s winners in both genres! We would also like to thank the judges for their careful consideration of Not Dead Yet,¬†and everyone else at University of Central Arkansas’s MFA Program that makes this award possible.

See the full list of finalists at the Arkansas Writers MFA Program’s website.

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