Announcing the Winner of the 2015 42 Miles Press Poetry Award

We are very excited to announce that Kimberly Lambright, of Austin, Texas, has won the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award for her manuscript, Ultra-Cabin. The award includes a $1,000 prize in addition to the publication of her book by 42 Miles Press in September 2016. Kimberly will give a reading at Indiana University South BendContinue reading “Announcing the Winner of the 2015 42 Miles Press Poetry Award”


1.) What are you working on? Right now, I am trying to get better at making pitchers in my pottery class. I studied ceramics as an undergraduate, but then realized that poetry was a force of nature within me, and pottery was more of a release. And right now, I need a release. But IContinue reading “MY WRITING PROCESS–BLOG TOUR (Tracey Knapp)”


Following series editor David Dodd Lee’s lead, we asked Erica Bernheim (author of The Mimic Sea) to take part in the Writing Process Blog Tour. She was gracious enough to participate. You can see DDL’s initial response here. 1.) What are you working on? I am currently working on a new manuscript, one which takesContinue reading “MY WRITING PROCESS–BLOG TOUR (Erica Bernheim)”

Goodreads Book Giveaway — The Bottom by Betsy Andrews

To celebrate the release of Betsy Andrews newest book, we will be giving away 5 copies of  her book length poem The Bottom during the month of August on our Goodreads page. Please follow us there and keep an eye out for more 42 Miles giveaways! 42 Miles Press on Goodreads! If you are anxious to own aContinue reading “Goodreads Book Giveaway — The Bottom by Betsy Andrews”

New Review of The Bottom on Barn Owl Review

We are a few days late getting this posted on the blog, but Sarah Dravec has written a stellar review of Betsy Andrews’ The Bottom.  Here is an excerpt: You simply have to read this book to grasp the development of this piece. On a single page, for example, the narrative progresses from the numbnessContinue reading “New Review of The Bottom on Barn Owl Review”

A Review of Carrie Oeding’s Our List of Solutions 

Originally posted on The As It Ought to Be Archive:
A Review of Carrie Oeding’s Our List of Solutions by Angie Mazakis In a January 2010 blog post at HTMLGIANT, Elisa Gabbert, with the help of Mike Young*, cataloged popular “moves” in contemporary poetry, and the list, which is singular and far-reaching, is veracious in…