2020 42 Miles Press Poetry Award Finalists

We would like to say THANK YOU to everyone that submitted a manuscript this year. The winner will be announced soon. The pandemic has interrupted the usual flow of the process, so thank you for your patience while we decide on the winning manuscript.

These are the poets/manuscripts that made it to the final round of decisioning, listed in no particular order:

Peep / Danielle Blau

Future Symptoms / A. Molotkov

Ghosts of the Permian Seas / Danielle Dubrasky

Tracey Emin’s Tent / Jake Bauer

Bees in the Fire / Fay Dillof

Still Life with White / Holly Karapetkova

Freak Lip: an Epistolary / Julia Cohen

Into The The / Robin Reagler

Pair Trawl and Dredge / David Moody

Ticker / Mark Neely

If You Don’t Want to Bring the Body Into This / Donna Spruiit-Metz

green / Audrey Colasanti

Philomel, Whose Reputation Precedes Her / Ashley Danielle Ryle

Man Versus Bird / Paul-Victor Winters

Estuary / Jeremy Voigt

My National Anthem is an Elegy / Andrew Cox

Turkey Vulture / Zachary Lundgren

A Day at the Gene Pool / Jaimee Kuperman

How will the robots kill themselves / Jason Morphew

And the World Doesn’t End with Ashes and Flames but with Lack / Jade Ramsey

Flowers as Mind Control / Laura Minor

Swiitch / Freesia McKee

Last Night I Aged a Hundred Years / Peter Grandbois

Last Known Address / Jane Medved

The Dream Protects the Dreamer / Ryan Teitman

Arrangements in a System of Pointing / Matt McBride

Everything is Liquid / Sharon White

Portable City / Karen Kovacik

Oops Sorry I / Wes Civilz

The Pocket Oracle / Sharon Dolin

The Great Outdoors / Joshua Corey

Means to be Lucky / Annie Kantar

Empty Book / Emma Winsor Wood

Preferred Internal Landscape / Emma Winsor Wood

The Johnson Poems Heart Attack Geological Survey / John Whalen

Liam Powell / No Action Alternative

Gestures / Joshua Boettiger



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