Submission period for the 19th Annual Dogfish Head Poetry Prize opens May 15th, 2021 Click for guidelines.
Interview with Alexandria Peary New Hampshire’s Poet Laureate
Kari Ann Ebert and Stephen Scott Whitaker unpack Cameron Morse's
poems in the new podcast.
Poet Ned Balbo has recorded an album, National Disgrace, which you can check out here.
Phillip Bannowsky's novel in verse, Jacobo the Turko, will be released this year.
Linda Blaskey, Gail Braune Comorat, Wendy Elizabeth Ingersoll, and Jane C. Miller have joined together to create ൪uartet, a new poetry journal to highlight the creativity of women 50 years of age and older. You can donate to the cause here.
Irene Fick's poem "A Narrative Poet Lost in a Lyric Moment", published in Broadkill, took 1st place in the Delaware Press Associations' Communication Contest, Individual Poem Category.
Morgan Golladay's poem "Old Tools", published in the Nov/Dec Broadkill Review took third place in the Delaware Press Association's 2021 Communications Contest, Individual Poem Category.
Mary Barbara Moore, former Dog Fish Head Poetry Prize winner, has a forthcoming book with Orison Press in Winter 2021.
Alice Morris' poem "That Day," published in Broadkill, just received an Honorable Mention in the Delaware Press Association's 2021 Communications Contest, Individual Poem Category.
Beth SKMorris has a new collection, In the Aftermath, 9-11 from a Volunteer's Eyes, from Poetica Publishing. The formal book launch and reading will take place Sunday, June 6th from the NYC Fire Museum on Zoom and in-person between 2-2:40pm. RSVP at email@example.com.
Jeff Richards has a new short collection entitled, Everyone Worth Knowing.
Susan Rothbard's Birds of New Jersey won the Dogfish Head Poetry Prize.
John Sibley Williams has two new books forthcoming, including The Drowning House, winner of the Elixir Press Poetry Award.
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