M. K. Sukach

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E-mail: 
Website: 
www.mksukach.com

Author's Bio

M. K. Sukach is the author of Something Impossible Happens, (Big Wonderful Press, 2014)and the chapbook, Impression of a Life, from Corrupt Press, 2014. His fiction and poetry appears in a number of journals to include JMWW, The Hamilton Stone Review, Connotation Press, Spoon River Poetry Review, Construction Magazine, Yemassee, and others. Closer look: www.mksukach.com.

Publications and Prizes

Book

Something Impossible Happens
(Big Wonderful Press,
2014)

Chapbook

Impression of a Life
(Corrupt Press,
2014)

Anthology

Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors
(Southeast Missouri State University Press,
2012)
The Great American Poetry Show Vol 3
(The Great American Poetry Show,
2014)

Journal

Cellpoems
jmww
jmww
Loose Change
Switched-On Gutenberg
Yemassee
Spoon River Poetry Review
Breakwater Review
Blast Furnace
theNewerYork
Redactions
Quiddity
BlazeVOX
The Legendary
Connotation Press
War, Literature & the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities
theNewerYork
The Laughing Dog
Redactions
The Bicycle Review
Sow's Ear Poetry Review
Ontologica
Hamilton Stone Review
Breakwater Review
Loose Change
Prizes: 
Semi-finalist for poetry in New Millennium Writings. “Neighbors.” 2013. Semi-finalist for fiction in New Millennium Writings. “Boxing Anderson.” 2013. Honorable Mention, Spoon River Poetry Review’s Editors’ Contest for “A Found Pastoral.” 2013. Runner up in Annual Pocataligo Poetry Prize for “Unintended Metaphors.” Yemassee. 2013. Finalist, Sow's Ear Poetry Competition for "Invocation." 2013.

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Caucasian
Prefers to work with: 
Adults, Seniors, Teachers, Teenagers, Veterans
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Norwich, CT
Raised in: 
Hebron, CT

Reviews, Recordings, and Interviews

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Listing last updated: October 22, 2014.

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