2021 Pushcart Nomination from The Southern Review

The Southern Review nominated the poem "Narrative is the Native Tongue of the Brain" from Nancy Chen Long's book Wider than the Sky for a Pushcart Prize.

2021 Pushcart Nomination from The Account

The Account: A Journal of Poetry, Prose, and Thought nominated the poem "In a Dream, My Father Teaches Me How to Hear Gravitational Waves" From Nancy Chen Long's manuscript-in-progress for a Pushcart Prize.

2021 Pushcart Nomination from The Indianapolis Review

The Indianapolis Review nominated the poem "Chiaroscuro" from Nancy Chen Long's manuscript-in-progress for a Pushcart Prize.

Diode Poetry nominated the poem "Wordlust" from Nancy Chen Long's book Wider than the Sky for a Pushcart Prize.

2020-Nov Publication in The Account 

The poems "In a Dream, My Dead Father Teaches Me How to Hear Gravitational Waves," "In a Dream, I Watch a Story That My Dead Father Once Told Me," and ","In a Dream, My Dead Father Lectures Me About Remaining Positive During a Crisis were published in the Fall 2020 Issue of The Account.

2020-Nov-08 Verse Daily features "Clouds as Inkblots for the War Prone"

Verse Daily features a poem from Nancy Chen Long's book Wider than the Sky.

2020-Oct-01 Verse Daily features "Confession"

Verse Daily features a poem from Nancy Chen Long's book Wider than the Sky.

Diode Editions features a poem from Nancy Chen Long's book Wider than the Sky.

Nancy Chen Long discusses work, writing, & poetry with published Diode Editions.

2020-August Interview (video)

Katerina Stoykova, host of Accents-a Radio Show for Literature, Art and Culture, interviews Nancy about her book Wider than the Sky and her nontraditional path to poetry.

The Indianapolis Review EIC Natalie Solmer interviews Nancy Chen Long and publishes Nancy's poem "Chiaroscuro."

Taylor Byas of The Cincinnati Review writes an appreciation of Nancy Chen Long's poem from the journal's latest issue, "Reverberation."

As part of their "A Writer's Insight" blog series, The Southern Review interviews Nancy Chen Long about her poem "Narrative is the Native Tongue of the Brain" that was published in their Winter 2020 issue.

2020-Jan Publication in The Southern Review

The poem "Narrative is the Native Tongue of the Brain" was published in the Winter 2020 issue of The Southern Review.

2019-Nov Publication in Poet Lore

The poem "In Praise of Fog" was published in the Fall 2019 issue of Poet Lore.

2020 Pushcart Nomination

The Indianapolis Review nominated the poem "Dulce Domum," which was published in their Fall 2019 issue, for a Pushcart Prize.

2019-Nov Publication in The Cincinnati Review

The Indianapolis Review nominated the poem "Dulce Domum," which was published in their Fall 2019 issue, for a Pushcart Prize.

2019-Oct Publication in The Indianapolis Review

Three poems were published in the Fall 2019 issue of The Indianapolis Review: "1-Mothra" and "2-Mirror, Mirror" from the poetic sequence based on the Rorschach inkblots test and "Dolce Domum" from Nancy Chen Long's forthcoming book Wider Than the Sky.

2019-Oct Publication in Menacing Hedge

The poem "Return to Terra Firma" was published in Fall 2019 issue of Menacing Hedge.

Manuscript Wins Contest

Nancy Chen Long's manuscript Wider than the Sky was selected as one of the winners of Diode Editions' Book Contest. The book is expected to be released in March 2020 at the AWP Conference.

2019-Jul Publication in Smartish Pace

The poems "Wordlust" and "Learning to Barter with God the Way My Mother Barters With the Fishmonger Over Yesterday's Spoils" were published in the Issue 26 of Smartish Pace.

2019 Poetry Society of America Robert H. Winner Award

Patricia Spears Jones selects an excerpt from Nancy Chen Long's second manuscript as the winner of the Poetry Society of America's Robert H. Winner Award.

2019-Mar Publication in Moon City Review

The poem "Why I Should Love the Number 8" was published in the 2019 issue of Moon City Review.

2019-Feb Publication in Third Coast.

The poem "Cataract" was published in Issue 46 of Third Coast.

Light into Bodies is a finalist

Nancy Chen Long's first book of poetry, Light into Bodies, is a finalist in the fourth annual Phillip H. McMath Post Publication book award.

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