BHC Press Announces 2020 Pushcart Prize Nominees

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LIVONIA, Mich. - Dec. 17, 2019 - PRLog -- BHC Press is pleased to announce their 2020 Pushcart Prize contenders. Since 1976, this prestigious award has been honoring the best in small and independent presses. The upcoming 2020 awards are for works published in 2019.

Akela by Ryan Uytdewilligen: When Akela is separated from his migrant soulmate, Kalea, he'll do anything to find her. Journey with this charming and neurotic sea turtle as he crosses paths with celebrities, politicians, and other moments in history with unbreakable determination to be reunited with his love. HC: 978-1-947727-48-9; also trade softcover, ebook.

The Butterfly by Paul M. Hedeen: When a young student discovers documents left behind by his deceased professor he is drawn into the dark aftermath of WWII, and the life of Hitler's companion and wife, Eva Braun. HC: 978-1-947727-33-5; also trade softcover, ebook.

The Green Years by Karen Wolff: In this coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of small-town post WWI life, young Harry Spencer is determined to make something of himself. With heart and sometimes-humorous results, he sets out on a that story will tug at your heartstrings as he discovers who he is, falls in love and learns to heal the past. HC: 978-1-948540-75-9, also trade softcover, ebook.

"The Lantern": Jason Stadtlander examines friendship, love, family, tragedy, and American culture in his Ruins of the Mind collection, featuring twelve pieces of contemporary short fiction. His poignant words touch on what it means to be human, the ups and downs that connect and affect us all, and the importance of family. HC: 978-1-64397-017-2. Also trade softcover, ebook.

View Finder by Greg Jolley: Set in Hollywood's Golden Age marked by greed and madness, BB Danser's story is one of crime, vengeance, and departures from reality. After his actress mother disappears and his father dies, his own grasp on sanity unravels, even as his talents as a cameraman bring him acclaim. His story is one of hope, vision, and the search for sanity. HC: 978-1-64397-004-2. Also trade softcover, ebook.

"The Window Is a Mirror" short story: Michael Andreoni examines working-class life in the same-titled collection of sixteen short stories. Written with grit and touches of humor, these thought-provoking stories offer insight into the flawed and intriguing humanness within us all. HC: 978-1-948540-38-4. Also trade softcover, ebook.

Booksellers, Librarians, and Retailers can purchase titles through Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Bertrams, and Overdrive.

BHC Press is an award-winning independent publisher of general fiction and nonfiction hardcover, softcover, and ebooks for both YA and adults. To learn more visit

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