Announcement: We will be publishing, as a joint venture between 42 Miles Press and Wolfson Press, Claire Bateman’s book of poems Wonders of the Invisible World! We are very excited. More to come. Congratulations Claire!
Ah, yes… how about a poem from William Stobb‘s manuscript You Are Still Alive which, as of about fifteen minutes ago, has won the (2018) 42 Miles Press Poetry Award. The award includes a $1,000 prize in addition to the publication of his book by 42 Miles Press in September 2019. (*What?! You can’t read tinyContinue reading “YOU ARE STILL ALIVE”
This should be my favorite part, right? It’s the celebration. That’s probably why we do this in July. You know, it’s like I always say, “Fireworks and freedom are nice. But nothing says ‘Sensational Summer in the Midwest’ quite like surrounding yourself with poetry manuscripts, heat, humidity, failing technology, a little bit of cat hairContinue reading “JUNE TURNED TO JULY W/ A BANG”
Winner to be announced before noon in northern Indiana.
Requiem with an Amulet In Its Beak / Elizabeth Knapp You are Still Alive / William Stobb We Uncertain Animals / Elizabeth Onusko Rue / Daniel Lusk Wonders of the Invisible World / Claire Bateman Triage / Dennis Hinrichsen Vesuvius After Dark / Johnny Horton Biscuits / Lesle Lewis We Make Too Much of ThingsContinue reading “Finalists (winner announced on July 2)”
GUEST POST EXCERPT: http://www.writersdigest.com/whats-new/an-affective-singularity Today’s guest post, an affective singularity, comes from Nate Pritts, who shared why he writes poetry back in July. An Affective Singularity We live in a time of conspicuous destruction. Material creation, the biological sphere, spiritual reality – each of these realms are being dragged apart resulting in a fractured worldContinue reading “An Affective Singularity (Nate Pritts)”
42 Miles Press Poetry Award Judge: David Dodd Lee, Series Editor The 42 Miles Press Poetry Award was created in an effort to bring fresh and original voices to the poetry reading public. The prize is offered annually to any poet writing in English, including poets who have never published a full-length book as wellContinue reading “CONTEST SEASON”
Nate Pritt’s Decoherence was reviewed by Poets & Writer’s this week. Excerpt from the review: “In his cerebral eighth collection, Pritts (Post Human) cycles through the many metaphorical connotations of light, investigating each at close range, and laments the ephemerality of experience…” To read the rest of the review click here.
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from the forthcoming Decoherence by Nate Pritts. For more information or to pre-order click here.