As It Ought To Be Magazine is proud to announce our nominees for the 2021 Best of the Net Anthology, published by Sundress Publications.
Nadia Arioli: On “I Walk Without Echo” By Kay Sage
Frank Gallimore: The Shape of My Name
Ken Hines: What the Children Know
Dan Overgaard: Drifting Off
Ilari Pass: Delayed Rays of a Star
Melody Wang: All That My Mother Cultivates
Congratulations to our nominees, and thank you to everyone who contributed to AIOTB Magazine this year!
As It Ought to Be Magazine is proud to nominate the following poems and essays for the 2020 Best of the Net Anthology
Rusty Barnes: The Act of Working
Caroliena Cabada: True Story
Leslie M. Rupracht: Hess Trucks and the End of the Double Standard
Anna Saunders: The Delusion of Glass
Dameion Wagner: I Have Returned Home
Brian Chander Wiora: We Might Have Existed
Cody Sexton: The Body of Shirley Ann Sexton
Carrie Thompson: I Don’t Want Your Hug
Thanks to all of our nominees for sharing their work with As It Ought It To Be Magazine!
– Chase Dimock
Image Credit: O.F. Baxter “Pointer Dog” (1860s) Digital image courtesy of the Getty’s Open Content Program
As It Ought To Be Magazine is proud to announce our nominees for Sundress Publications’ 2019 Best of the Net Anthology.
Ruth Bavetta “A Murder”
John Dorsey “Anthony Bourdain Crosses the River of the Dead”
Mike James “Grace”
Rebecca Schumejda “i don’t want this poem to be about the death penalty, but it is”
Bunkong Tuon “Gender Danger”
Kory Wells “Untold Story”
Daniel Crocker “Mania Makes Me a Better Poet”
Nathan Graziano “The Misery of Fun”
Congratulations to our nominees and thank you to all of the writers and readers who have supported As It Ought To Be Magazine.
Image Credit: Henry Pointer “The Attentive Pupil” (1865) Digitally Enhanced. Digital image courtesy of the Getty’s Open Content Program