NEPC member Scott Ruescher has a brand new book of poetry–“Waiting for the Light to Change” is out now and published by Prolific Press. Please see prolificpress.com to read more about and order Scott’s new book!
New England Poetry Club member Helen Marie Casey has two new poems in Louisiana Literature: A Review of Literature and the Humanities, volume 34.1, due out in Spring 2017. Visit the Louisiana Literature website for more information about past and upcoming issues.
Read up on this great book review by Wendy French of Owen Lewis’ “Best Man,” which was awarded the first prize in the New England Poetry Club’s Jean Pedrick Chapbook prize!
Lauren McCormick at Mass Poetry recently published a wonderful article about our founder, Amy Lowell. Please take a look at the link below!
Susan Roney-O’Brien, a new member, published Legacy of the Last World through WordTech (Word Press imprint) in March, 2016 and will be reading at the Bryant Park Reading Room in New York City on September 27 at 7:00 pm.
Roman Exercises, Talisman House Editions, Fall 2015. http://www.spdbooks.org/Products/9781584981176/roman-exercises.aspx
Review, Murat Nemet-Nejat, Journal of Poetics Research, 3 (2015).
Neila’s Evening Song: Last Poems of Yvan Goll [Neila’s Abendgesang: Letzte Gedichte], Spuyten Duyvil, Fall 2015.
Gretchen Warren Award– judged by Dan Wuenschel
Winner: Moira Linehan, “From this Distance”
Honorable Mention: Susan Donnelly, “That Day”
Honorable Mention: Sandra Kohler, “Invisible Cities”
Daniel Varoujan Award– judged by Jenny Barber
Co-Winners: “Dispossessed,” Catherine Staples
“Place Value,” Susan Eisenberg
Barbara Bradley Award– judged by Jennifer Markell
Winner: “Saint Gauden’s Weathervane at Madison Square,” Catherine Staples
Norma Farber / Rosalie Boyle Award — judged by Michael Todd Steffen
Winner: “At A Performance Of Brahms,” Jean L. Kreiling
Honorable Mention: “Two Venuses,” Marybeth Rua-Larsen
Erika Mumford Award– judged by Ani Gjka
Winner: “Intermediate Arabic,” Michaela Coplen
Honorable Mention: “Samaritan’s Purse Is In Monrovia, Liberia,” Vivian Shipley, “Glanum, Provence,” Pam Bernard
Firman Houghton Award– judged by Ralph Pennel
Winner: “Sagrada Familia,” Jennifer Markell
Der-Hovanessian Translation Award– judged by Kathryn Hellerstein
Winner: “Sea,” translated by Nancy Cook
Honorable Mention: “Christmas Ghosts,” Philip Burnham; “In the Provinces IV”, translated by Stuart Jay Silverman
Sheila Margaret Motton Prize — judged by Charles Coe
Winner: The Dear Remote Nearness of You Danielle Legros Georges
One Hundred Hungers Lauren Camp
A Camouflage of Specimens and Garments, Jennifer Militello
Jean Pedrick Chapbook Prize — judged by Kyle Potvin
Winner: Best Man by Owen Lewis
Honorable Mention: Not Even Close To What She Planned On by Sandy Gingras
Congratulations to NEPC Member Timothy Mayo, whose new collection of poems, entitled Thesaurus of Separation, was recently published by Phoenicia Publishing.