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All-Story Wins the 2016 NMA!
Zoetrope: All-Story has won the 2016 National Magazine Award for fiction, the highest honor due an American periodical, for Anthony Marra's story "The Grozny Tourist Bureau." We congratulate Anthony and all of our contributors on another year of unparalleled stories.

Spring Writing Workshops
We offer award-winning online courses for all levels of writers. Classes are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, and begin the week of April 18. Class size is strictly limited to sixteen students, so register now.

Short Fiction Contest Results
Thanks to all who entered. We received some tremendous work and are grateful for the introduction to your writing. From more than two thousand submissions, guest judge Adam Johnson has awarded the prizes.

American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest
The thirteenth annual American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest has closed for entries. Winners and finalists will be announced at the contest site on February 15, 2016. Thanks to all who entered.

Awards
We are thrilled to announce a few recent awards for our contributors. Colum McCann's "Sh'khol," from the Fall 2014 edition, has been selected for Best American Short Stories 2015 by T.C. Boyle and has won a 2016 Pushcart Prize. Elizabeth McCracken's "Birdsong from the Radio," from the Fall 2013 issue, has won a 2015 O. Henry Prize. We congratulate these writers on such tremendous distinctions.

  Contributors   
    Elizabeth McCracken
    Daniel Mason
    Kelly Reichardt
    Maile Meloy
    David Goguen

  Guest Designer
    Barry McGee


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