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About Us

The About Us

Story behind the Creativo Manhattan template

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Dolores Rivera

Acknowledgments & Awards

Best Of The Net

Per their website, Sundress Publications’ Best of the Net Award “promote[s] the diverse and growing collection of voices that are publishing their works online.” 

Pulitzer Prize

Winning a prestigious Pulitzer Prize takes more than just submitting your favorite poem and crossing your fingers: Beyond the $50.00 entry fee, your work must survive the scrutiny of five to seven judges accepting only the most distinguished pieces of American literature. 

The Best American Series

First published as The Best American Short Stories in 1986, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s Best American series has since grown to accept essays, sports writing, travel writing, nature writing, and more.

PEN/Faulkner Award For Fiction

The PEN/Faulkner Foundation accepts novels, novellas, and short story collections that have been published by commercial, academic, or small presses; no self-published work is accepted. Five submissions are awarded prizes, with first place receiving $15,000 and four runner-ups receiving $5,000.

Flannery O’Connor Award For Short Fiction

Since 1983, The University of Georgia Press has published more than fifty short story collections within its Flannery O’Connor Award series

The Manhattan Authors

Agatha Smith
Founter & Author
Oliver Hedlund
Millie Heffelfinger
Marketing Executive
Justina Arch