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Observations: 27 titles and 28 authors? Is that math by writers?
No, it’s that for the first time in our history, we published a co-authored piece — 
“Grapevine” by Shasta Grant and Anne Rasmussen. Give it a read if you haven’t.

Breaking things down a little further:
Fiction Authors: 13
Nonfiction Authors: 15
NONFICTION
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Observations: For the first time ever, we published some flash nonfiction pieces. 
We weren’t too sure what to expect but the results were draw-dropping to say the least. 
We can’t wait to do it again.
The Authors
The number of authors we published for at least the second time.
The Comeback kids
Observations: Welcome back, J.E., Jen, Rob, Olivia, Jennifer, and Chloe! 
And welcome to the 22 new faces who came our way this year. Let’s stay friends, friends.
On the map
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Where in the world our 2019 authors called home.
Breakdown: 22 Americans, 3 Canadians, 1 American living in Canada, 
1 dual US / Canadian citizen, and 1 Australian.

Observation: And still, no Lithuanians.
She: 19 | He: 8 | THey: 1
A by the numbers look at what and who we published in 2019. Enjoy.
The Stories and Essays
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A few of the most used words in the stories and essays we published this year.
Observations: Not shown, all the glorious curse words we all enjoyed in 2019.
The Words
Observations: You can almost hear Hemingway doubting this generation.
The Libations
What was poured, sip, and swigged most often in our stories and essays.
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Wine
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The NOMINATIONS
Our stories and essays didn’t qualify for everything out there, 
but here’s what we put forward where we could.
Observations: It hopefully goes without saying, 
but if we could nominate all of our titles, we would.
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Observations: As always, thanks for a great year, friends!
Here’s everything we published by month for all of last year. 
Those missing months were much needed breaks.
PUSHCART:
Madeline Anthes “Call If You Don’t Feel Better In Two Weeks” (nonfiction)
Jacqueline Doyle “The Arithmetic of Memory” (nonfiction)
Jeremy John Parker “The Phoenix is a Fire Bird” (nonfiction)
Jen Michalski “The Loneliest Creature On Earth” (fiction)
Olivia Wolfgang-Smith “Marine Debris” (fiction)
Chloe N. Clark “Between The Axis And The Stars” (fiction)

BEST OF THE NET
Elaine Corden “Does It Ever Get Dark Here” (nonfiction)
Nathan R Elliott “Chief Invigilator” (nonfiction)
A.C. Warner “Final Transmission” (fiction)
Jen Michalski “The Loneliest Creature On Earth” (fiction)

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