POL Prize Poets News
Amy Catanzano (2010 POL Prize, Multiversal) has received the 2012 Noemi Press Book Award for Fiction. Starlight in Two Million: A Neo-Scientific Novella will be published in 2013 by Noemi. Congratulations, Amy!
The Constant Critic has reviewed Michelle Naka's Pierce's Continuous Frieze Bordering Red.
Darcie Dennigan will read at Intercambio, 227 Mansfield St, New Haven, at 7:00pm Tuesday September 25.
Michelle Naka Pierce will be reading from Continuous Frieze Bordering Red on Sunday, September 16 at 5:30pm at Zinc, curated by Lungfull!
The short film “Continuous Frieze Bordering Red,” a collaboration between Kyle Pivarnik and Michelle Naka Pierce, will be featured at the Co-Kisser Poetry-Film Fest on Saturday, October 6 at Minneapolis College of Art and Design. The film is one of the 35 local, national, and international films that will be screened.
A nice piece on Michelle Naka Pierce's Continuous Frieze Bordering Red.
Michelle Naka Pierce and Julie Choffel joined our reading series. Full Story.
Jean Gallagher’s third full-length collection, Start, will be the 27th volume published by Oberlin College Press in its FIELD Poetry Series.
Hear a sample of lines from The Hello Delay by Julie Choffel, winner of the POL Prize, selected by Mei-mei Berssenbrugge here.
Check out Michelle Naka Pierce's book trailer for Continuous Frieze Bordering Red, winner of the POL Editor's Prize, here.
2011 POL Prize winner Julie Choffel will be participating in a Binge Press Reading at the Green Door Tavern in Chicago on March 2, 2011 at 5 pm. She will also read with POL's own Elizabeth Frost at the University of Connecticut Co-op in Storrs, CT on March 22 at 4pm.
"All's Fair" by Jennifer Clarvoe was featured on Poetry Daily on November 8. "All's Fair" is from her new book, Counter-Amores, just out from U of Chicago Press. She has read recently in the Hammer Reading Series (UCLA), the Blacksmith House Reading Series, and the Kenyon Review Literary Festival.
Darcie Dennigan won the Cecil Hemley Award, for a "poem that addresses a philosophical or epistemological concern," chosen by Susan Wheeler. She also received a 2012 Merit Fellowship in Poetry from the Rhode Island Arts Council. Darcie’s new book is The Novice & Madame X, forthcoming in February 2012 from Canarium Books.
Along with J. D. McClatchy, Julie Sheehan read from her latest, Bar Book (Norton, 2010), at the Rubinstein Atrium of Lincoln Center as part of the 20th anniversary celebration for Poets Out Loud.