Submissions for the 2023 New American Poetry Prize will open September 1, 2022. The winning manuscript will be published and its author will receive $1500, promotional support, and 25 author copies. Manuscripts should be at least 48 pages, but there is no maximum length. All forms and styles of poetry are welcome. Deadline: January 15,
New American Poetry Prize
The NEW AMERICAN POETRY PRIZE is awarded each year to a full-length collection of poetry. The winner receives $1,500 and a book contract, as well as 25 author's copies and promotional support. The submission period is usually September 15 - January 15, but please check individual contests for most updated deadlines.
New American Press will host a reading event at the Philadelphia Center for Architecture and Design on Thursday, March 24, from 5:30pm until 10:00pm. The event will be held in conjunction with the annual conference of the Association of Writers and Writing Conferences. Entry and refreshments are free. We will celebrate the launch of Erica
We’re pleased to announce that Quan Barry has selected VIA COMBUSTA by Sara Fetherolf of Long Beach, CA, to receive the 2021 New American Poetry Prize! Sara is a poet, essayist, storyteller, and librettist, whose work has appeared in Muzzle, Indiana Review, The California Journal of Poetics and Plath Profiles, among others. Their debut work
Submissions are now closed for the 2022 New American Poetry Prize. The winning manuscript will be published and its author will receive $1500, 25 copies, and promotional support. Manuscripts should be at least 48 pages, but there is no maximum length. All forms and styles of poetry are welcome. Extended deadline: February 14, 2022. We
Submissions for the 2021 New American Poetry Prize are now closed. Winner will receive a contract including a $1,500 advance, publication, and twenty-five copies. Final judge is Quan Barry.
We’re pleased to announce that Corey Van Landingham selected ELIXIR by Janine Certo of East Lansing, Michigan, to receive the 2020 New American Poetry Prize!
The winner will receive a publication contract that includes a $1,200 advance, promotional support, 25 author’s copies, and a discount on future copies.
Extended deadline: February 1, 2020