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,Continue reading “2020 42 Miles Press Poetry Award Finalists”
Just an FYI here. We will be posting a list of finalists (quite a long list) within a week. Yes, we are behind, as our staffing resources and resources in general have gone POOF. But we persevere. Lots of good work submitted this year. Further, a very few emails, as the pandemic flowed into ourContinue reading “Timeline Update”
Continuing to read manuscripts, which are better overall than in any previous year. We, in the past, have made announcements in July, but we are figuring this year’s announcement of finalists will come in middle to late August, with the winner announced quickly thereafter. Thank you for your patience. DDL
From a marvelous review by Emily Wolahan of William Stobb’s You are Still Alive (published by 42 Miles Press) just out in Colorado Review: “Science fiction is important to this collection as a catalyst for considering the “infinite abyss,” only rather than outer space it is the interior that is explored. In “Doom,” the poemContinue reading “Stobb’s You Are Still Alive, Reviewed”
Our 2019 42 Miles Press Poetry Award winner Bryce Berkowitz is currently featured in the Winter/Spring 2020 issue of The Southampton Review. Stay tuned for his book coming later this year.
It’s been a lot of work getting up to this point, but we’re so excited to finally have the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award open for submission — Deadline: March 15th. Working with Submittable has been a fantastic new experience for us and we look forward to the bump in efficiency because of it. SubmitContinue reading “42 Miles Press Poetry Award”
________________________________________________________________________ Heather Quinn is a poet living in San Francisco and is drawn equally to life’s light and shadows. She is awed by that unnamable and indestructible force that burns brighter than shame. She loves the act of layering memory, imagination, images, the visceral and spiritual into her work, and often thinks of writing asContinue reading “Heather Quinn, Featured Poet”
This is stirring, edgy, funny, heartbreaking poetry– a report coming at us at the speed of light, disarming in its casualness; relevant as all get-out– the personal and the public indistinguishable from each other. Check out William Stobb’s You are Still Alive. Here is a poem and a link so you can purchase a copy: Amazon
We’ve received the physical copies! Next week we’ll be sending out copies for review ahead of the October 1st release date. Here’s a link to the book on Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/y5c6ag5f Available for Pre-Order now.