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POL Prizes

2014-2015 POL Prizes Deadline: November 10, 2014
Submissions open September 5, 2014


 Contest is open to poets with or without previous book-length publication

Volumes by two winners will be published by Fordham University Press:

1) POL Prize, selected by Prize Judge
2) Editor's Prize, selected by POL Prizes Series Editor

Both authors will receive $1,000 and a book launch in the POL Reading Series

POL Prize Judge: JOHN YAU
Series Editor: Elisabeth Frost


Please note that this year we are accepting manuscripts online only




Congratulations to the winners of the 2013-2014 POL Prizes


Cyclorama
by Daneen Wardrop

POL Prize, selected by Kimiko Hahn

Daneen Wardrop is a recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and the Robert H. Winner Award from the Poetry Society of America. Her work has appeared in the Kenyon Review, Iowa Review, AGNI, Virginia Quarterly Review, and elsewhere. She has authored a book of poems, The Odds of Being, from Silverfish Review Press, and three books of literary criticism, most recently Emily Dickinson and the Labor of Clothing, from University Press of New England.



On Generation and Corruption: Poems
by Terrence Chiusano
POL Editor's Prize, selected by Elisabeth Frost
Terrence Chiusano received his BA in poetry writing from the University of Pittsburgh and his MA in literature from the University at Buffalo. Some of his poems have appeared in Colorado Review, Cordite Poetry Review, Yellow Field, Kenning, Ixnay, Queen Street Quarterly, Mirage #4/Period(ical), Can We Have Our Ball Back? and elsewhere. He lives in Pittsburgh PA.

 

 

2013 Finalists were (in no ranked order)

A World in Which by J. L. Conrad
Fabulous Beast by Sarah Gutowski
After the Three-Moon Era by Gary Fincke
Room of Phantoms by Lisa Sewell
The Most Kissed Face in the World by Chuck Carlise

2013 Semi-finalists were (in no ranked order)


Kingdom by Myronn Hardy
Of Dust by Andrew Grace
Revoke by Joy Manesiotis
Coil, Foil, River, Loft by Talvikki Ansel
I Will Not Kick My Friends by Kathleen Winter
Ravel by Bonnie Kwong
Agapornis: A long form poem by Nikki Moustaki
Persona Non by Dore Kiesselbach
I Have Given too Easily to the Falling Apart by Aviva Cristy
Mysteries in a World that Thinks There Are None by Gary McDowell
Architect, Garden by Andrew Seguin
With A Diamond Knife by Dara-Lyn Shrager
SIX by Julie Marie Wade
Deuce by Patty Seyburn
Transcripts of Tree Talks: Southern Arizona by Wendy Burk
Little Doomsday Clock by Sam Witt




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