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Guernica and Dzanc Books Announce Winners of Disquiet ILP Contest

March 14, 2011

Dzanc Books and Guernica are pleased to announce the winner of the International Literature Award—affiliated with the DISQUIET International Literary Program in Lisbon, Portugal (June 19-July 2, 2011)—who receives airfare, accommodations, and tuition to this summer’s program and publication in an upcoming issue of Guernica.

Out of just under 200 entries, final judge Chris Abani selected a group of poems by Jacob Shores-Arguello as the winner.

Jacob Shores-Arguello grew up in Costa Rica and the United States. He studied poetry and translation at the MFA program at the University of Arkansas where he was the Walton Fellow. He is also the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship to Ukraine and the Fine Arts Work Center Fellowship in Provincetown.

Finalists included:

Kevin Kaiser’s “Little Parrots” (fiction)

Angie Lee’s “Shuffle Master of the Universe” (nonfiction)

Andrew MacDonald’s “Krupkee” (fiction)

Shivani Manghnani’s “Tsunami” (fiction)

Ottessa Moshfegh’s “The Chaperone” (fiction)

Brian Sousa’s “Away from the Mountains and Towards the Sea” (fiction)

Eleanor Stanford’s “A Story of Brazil in Three Fruits” (nonfiction)

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