P R E V I O U S  W I N N E R S


NEW AMERICAN POETRY PRIZE

2018  
TBA. Final judge: Andrew Grace.

2017  A Small Rising Up in the Lungs, by Kit Frick. Final judge: Jesse Lee Kercheval.

2016
 
 
The Underneath, by Christopher Cokinos. Final judge: Gabriel Gudding.

2015
  The Derelict Daughter, by Brittney Scott. Final judge: Maggie Smith.

2014
  Levitation for Agnostics, by Arne Weingart. Final judge: Jillian Weise.

2013  The Drowning Room, by Damien Shuck. Final judge: David Kirby.

2012  Renamed 2013 to reflect year of award announcement.

2011  Taurus, by Paul Nemser. Final judge: Andrew Hudgins.

2010  The Last Sacred Place in North America, by Stephen Haven. Final judge: T. R. Hummer.


NEW AMERICAN FICTION PRIZE

2017  
TBA. Final judge: Lori Ostlund.

2016
  
Welcome to Freedom Point, by Marina Mularz. Final judge: Gina Frangello.

2015
  Wrench, by Wayne Harrison. Final judge: Larry Watson.

2014
  
Reiterations, by David Armstrong. Final judge: Nicole Louise Reid.

2013  
Unaccompanied Minors, by Alden Jones. Final judge: Kyle Minor.

2012
  Renamed 2013 to reflect year of award announcement.

2011  Electricity & Other Dreams, by Micah Dean Hicks. Final judge: Benjamin Percy.

2010  
Ramshackle Wonderlands, by Craig Davis. Final judge: Lee K. Abbott.

UPDATES


Recently released titles from New American Press:

UNACCOMPANIED MINORS, the story collection by 2013 New American Fiction Prize-winner Alden Jones, is now available! Check out her interview at Bloom.

TAURUS, poems by Paul Nemser, is ready for your order. What are folks saying about this myth-infused love story set amongst the sentient robot arms of contemporary St. Petersburg? Check out The Huffington Post review by Valerie Stivers-Isakova.

ELECTRICITY & OTHER DREAMS, a collection of magical stories by Micah Dean Hicks, is available and getting attention. Check out the starred review at Publishers Weekly!

THE THAW, newly-translated stories by award-winning Icelandic novelist Ólafur Gunnarsson, is ready for your nighttable. In the meantime, see what they had to say at the University of Rochester's Three Percent.