Announcing the Winner and Runners-Up of the 2011 42 Miles Press Poetry Contest

Erica Bernheim, of Lakeland, Florida, has won the 42 Miles Press Poetry Prize for her manuscript, The Mimic Sea. The award includes a $1,000 prize and publication by 42 Miles Press, as well as a future reading at Indiana University South Bend upon publication. Her work has appeared in such places as The Canary, BostonContinue reading “Announcing the Winner and Runners-Up of the 2011 42 Miles Press Poetry Contest”

Finalists for the 2011 42 Miles Press Poetry Contest

Here is the list of semi-finalists and finalists for the 2011 Contest: Finalists Laurel Bastian – Rapacity Erica Bernheim – The Mimic Sea Christopher Bursk – Happiness Anonymous Joshua Corey – The Nature Theater of Oklahoma: A Singspiel Todd Fredson – The Crucifix-Blocks Stuart Friebert – Floating Heart Henrietta Goodman – Hungry Moon Erin MaloneContinue reading “Finalists for the 2011 42 Miles Press Poetry Contest”

Announcing Finalists for the 2011 42 Miles Press Poetry Contest

Here is the list of both finalists and semi-finalists for this year’s 42 Miles Press Poetry Contest. Keep in touch here for further updates. This list will be updated to distinguish between finalists and semi-finalists on July 1. We also expect to announce the winner of the Contest before July 4. 2011 Finalists: Rebecca AronsonContinue reading “Announcing Finalists for the 2011 42 Miles Press Poetry Contest”

Reading at Fiddler’s Hearth

On the third Sunday of this month, June 19th, 42 Miles Press’s Managing Editor, McKenzie Tozan, will be reading at Fiddler’s Hearth in the Hearthside Readers and Writers Series. The featured writer for this month at Fiddler’s Hearth is Jennifer Stockdale. The Hearthside Readers and Writers Series takes place at Fiddler’s Hearth on the thirdContinue reading “Reading at Fiddler’s Hearth”

The Constant Critic: Jordan Davis’s review on Michael Palmer and Dorothy Barresi

In a more recent addition to The Constant Critic, Jordan Davis reviews Michael Palmer’s and Dorothy Barresi’s newer works, while additionally discussing larger issues of what is being done through poetry and how poetry is changing. One particular passage that discusses this is as follows: “There’s a tendency in poetry of the last forty years,Continue reading “The Constant Critic: Jordan Davis’s review on Michael Palmer and Dorothy Barresi”