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Berkshire Prize We’re thrilled to announce Dorset Prize winner Jeffrey Harrison, author of the newly published Into Daylight, will be the judge for the 2014 Berkshire Prize for a First or Second Book of Poetry. Submissions are open now and will close April 30th.

The 30/30 Project Celebrate Freshly Written Poems Each Day: Support our "poetry marathoners" in this exciting challenge, and watch their body of work emerge! Learn more.

Visit Tupelo at Kickstarter Check out our movie, our project, our rewards: Pablo Neruda, Canto General: A New Translation for a New Generation.
$25,000 by April 30th, Help Tupelo Make History!

2014 Subscriptions Nine books for $99, and we'll pay the postage!
A dynamic series of poetry & prose,
or create your own personalized subscription!
Learn more.

Tupelo Quarterly Issue Two of our new online literary journal is now live! We are proud to include the winner & finalists of our Prose Open Contest judged by Matt Bell, extraordinary solicited and unsolicited submissions, and dynamic editor features.

Sunken Garden winner Tupelo Press is especially delighted to announce that Mark Doty has selected Ted Lardner of Gates Mills, Ohio as winner of the 2013 Sunken Garden Poetry Prize for his chapbook manuscript, We Practice For It.



Winter/Spring Catalog

Catalog

Our new catalog is now online, and may be accessed as a PDF (4.6 MB). If you are a teacher interested in adopting Tupelo Press books for courses, or an editor for a book-review publication, or anyone else who would like to receive a printed copy of our new full-color catalog, please email us at catalogrequest@tupelopress.org.

Free Reader's Companions

Tupelo Press offers Reader's Companions for select titles, available as free PDF downloads. See the complete list, which includes Aimee Nezhukumatathil's Lucky Fish and Daniel Khalastchi's Manoleria. Reader's Companions



Million-Line Poem

A celebration of the collective poetic process, the MLP is being written, couplet by couplet, by readers and writers around the world, and published online by Tupelo Press. Each day we post two lines from which contributing poets draw their inspiration. Participate in the creation of this unique art form as it grows organically. Your contribution is part of its dynamic synergy.



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