mk sukach is the author of Hypothetically Speaking, Something Impossible Happens, and Impression of a Life. His poetry and reviews appear in a number of journals to include BlazeVox, Sharkpack Poetry Review, The Journal, Connotation Press, Spoon River Poetry Review, Construction Magazine, Yemassee, and others. He is a retired Air Force officer and currently lives in Nevada with his wife, Chris, and dog, Scribble.
Winner of the 2016 Encircle Publications Annual Chapbook Contest. 2016.
Pushcart Prize Nominee. War, Literature, and the Arts. 2016.
Pushcart Prize Nominee. Encircle Publications. 2016.
Runner-up for Hypothetically Speaking. 2015 Rane Arroyo Chapbook Contest.
Nominated by Vermont College of Fine Arts for Best New Poets. 2015.
Honorable Mention in New Millennium Writings for “Quantum Entanglement.” 2014.
Finalist, Vern Cowles Prize for a Trinity of Poems. 2013.
Nominated by Vermont College of Fine Arts for Best New Poets. 2014.
Semi-finalist for poetry in New Millennium Writings. “Neighbors.” 2013.
Semi-finalist for fiction in New Millennium Writings. “Boxing Anderson.” 2013.
Honorable Mention, Spoon River Poetry Review’s Editors’ Contest, “A Found Pastoral.” 2013.
Runner up in Annual Pocataligo Poetry Prize for “Unintended Metaphors.” Yemassee. 2013.
Finalist, Sow’s Ear Review Poetry Competition for “Invocation.” 2013.