Submissions are now closed for the 2020 New American Poetry Prize. Winner will receive a contract including a $1,200 advance, publication, and complimentary copies.
Winner receives a publication contract, including a $1,200 advance, 25 author’s copies, and promotional support.
EXTENDED DEADLINE: JUNE 30, 2019.
We’re pleased to announce that Andrew Grace selected Sarah Aronson’s collection And Other Bodiless Powers to receive the 2018 New American Poetry Prize!
We’re pleased to announce that John McNally selected How to Walk on Water and Other Stories, by Rachel Swearingen of Chicago, Illinois, to receive the 2018 New American Fiction Prize! Rachel’s stories have appeared in VICE, The Missouri Review, Agni, Kenyon Review, American Short Fiction, and elsewhere. Her work has garnered several awards, including the
Brittney Scott’s captivating new poetry collection THE DERELICT DAUGHTER is ready for your order!
We’re super pumped that Wayne Harrison’s story collection WRENCH was shortlisted for the 2018 Ken Kesey Award for Fiction and a Readers’ Choice Award. Both awards were presented at a ceremony on April 30 by Literary Arts of Portland, Oregon.
We’re pleased to announce that Lori Ostlund has chosen Seth Borgen’s story collection If I Die in Ohio to receive the 2017 New American Fiction Prize! A native of northeastern Ohio, Seth studied with Michelle Herman and Lee K. Abbott at The Ohio State University before completing an MFA in fiction at the University of
We are pleased to announce that Jesse Lee Kercheval selected A Small Rising Up in the Lungs, by Kit Frick of Brooklyn, New York, to receive the 2017 New American Poetry Prize. A MacDowell Colony fellow, Kit studied creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College and received her MFA from Syracuse University. Her debut young adult
The 2017 NEW POETRY FROM THE MIDWEST is ready for your order!
Andre Dubus III wants you to read the stories in Wayne Harrison’s “unforgettable” new collection WRENCH. Check out some interviews with Wayne at The Register-Guard, The Rumpus, and The Oregonian and then see what folks have to say at The Coil and Story366 before you click below to order your copy!