The Idaho Review, the annual journal of Boise State University’s MFA Program in Creative Writing, has won two Pushcart Prizes for 2022! The winning stories are “Slut Days” by Sanam Mahloudji and “Ambivalence” by Victoria Lancelotta. Both stories originally appeared in the 19th issue of The Idaho Review.
The Pushcart Prize, an anthology that reprints the best literary work published in a given year, is considered one of the most important literary accolades in America. In its history, The Idaho Review has won seven Pushcart Prizes.