The Piltdown Review

February 2019

Fiction Contest Winners

We’ve spent a delightful and agonizing month here at Piltdown HQ, reading your submissions from our 2018 Fall/Winter Fiction Contest. Delightful because we could not have asked for a pile of manuscripts of higher quality. Agonizing because ... well, we could not have asked for a pile of manuscripts of higher quality.


Fall/Winter Fiction Contest

Piltdown Review Announces Three Winners

Fiction Contest Winners
Narrowing the field to just three finalists was a task of Herculean proportions, and a cause for many sleepless nights. But narrow the field we did, and therefore it’s with great pride that we announce our winners.
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Catherine Moore

Bog Body Poems

Borrowings of the Shan Van Vocht
A bog body is a human cadaver that has been naturally mummified by the pressure and chemical makeup in a peat bog. We’re pleased to present five selections from Catherine Moore’s manuscript Borrowings of the Shan Van Vocht, which give voice and story to some of these nameless women.
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Jose Oseguera

In the Long Ago

In the Long Ago
This month we’re delighted to welcome back L.A.’s Jose Oseguera as a Featured Poet. Jose kicks off this season of love with “In the Long Ago,” an incisive meditation on a past relationship. Be sure to check back every Friday throughout February for more examples of his excellent work.
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