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The results of the 2018 Berkshire Prize for a First or Second Book of Poetry

Tupelo Press is delighted to announce that Carl Phillips has selected as winner of the 2018 Berkshire Prize: Ashore, by Laurel Nakanishi From the Judge’s Citation by Carl Phillips: Ashore is an elegant, incisive, and formally restive meditation, a meditation-born of juxtaposition-on life’s incongruencies: the myth of Hawai’i as an “island/that sleeps on the ocean … Read more

The results of the 2018 Dorset Prize

Tupelo Press is delighted to announce that Inventory of Doubts by Landon Godfrey has been awarded the 2018 Dorset Prize, as selected by Dana Levin

The results of the 2018 Sunken Garden Poetry Prize

Tupelo Press is delighted to announce that Major Jackson has selected as winner of the 2018 Sunken Garden Poetry Prize: Flight, by Chaun Ballard Judge’s Citation by Major Jackson: The poems in Flight unspool a rich and charmed history of survival into songs that celebrate the miracle of endurance in a country defined by the … Read more

The results of the First Annual Tupelo Broadside Prize

The selection of a poem for a broadside carries a special charge: that the poem be one that warrants repeated readings, and that lends itself to visual design. The materiality of letterpress work, its embodied and tactile nature, can heighten one’s experience of the poetic image, typography, white space, and the lovely arc of narrative. … Read more

Poem of the Month, November 2017

Earth in Space   If there is no sun and won’t be for a while, I just can’t see making it any further. I keep drifting away in small boats being a trumpeter, being shapes. Red and blue are on either side of me, making impressions of dinosaurs on plaster of Paris. I will be … Read more

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