Crazyhorse, founded in 1960 by the poet Tom McGrath, has been in
continuous publication for the last forty-three years. During that time,
it has published some of the most important writers of the last half
century, including John Updike, Raymond Carver, Jorie Graham, John Ashbery,
Robert Bly, Ha Jin, W. P. Kinsella, Richard Wilbur, James Wright, Carolyn
Forché, Charles Simic, Charles Wright, Billy Collins, Galway
Kinnell, James Tate, and Franz Wright, to name only a few. In our pages,
youll find some of the finest writing being published today: Pulitzer
Prize and National Book Award winners, Guggenheim fellows, NEA fellowship
recipients, and authors with awards from the O. Henry Prize, Pushcart
Prize, and Best American anthologies.
Most recently, Richard Jacksons poem Cains Legacy,
from Crazyhorse 62, won a 2004 Pushcart Prize. Dinty W. Moores
essay Son of Mr. Green Jeans, from Crazyhorse 63,
was reprinted in the January 2004 Harpers Magazine.