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Dorset Prize Tip #4: Patience & Faith by Mario Chard

We asked former Dorset Prize Winners to share their tips on “Making Your Dorset Manuscript.” Here, Mario Chard, 2016 Dorset Prize Winner and author of “Land of Fire” (Tupelo Press, 2018), shares his “impractical” advice: Everything I read about writing and publishing the first book was useful, even the tips I ignored. I wanted the poems to … Read more

Dorset Prize Tip #3: A Doorway to Keep Going by Sandra Meek

We asked former Dorset Prize Winners to share their tips on “Making Your Dorset Manuscript.” Here, Sandra Meek, 2006 Dorset Prize Winner and author of “Biogeography” (Tupelo Press, 2008), shares her encouraging advice on beginning, ending, and letting go of your poetry manuscript: If you’re reading this, you’ve likely been here before, casting your manuscript into the … Read more

Dorset Prize Tip #2: Less is More by Ilya Kaminsky

We asked former Dorset Prize Winners to share their tips on “Making Your Dorset Manuscript.” Here, Ilya Kaminsky, 2002 Dorset Prize Winner and author of “Dancing on Odessa” (Tupelo Press, 2004), shares his laconic advice on curating your poetry manuscript: My advice is simple: make a very short book wherein every single poem works. Think of it … Read more

Dorset Prize Tip #1: Finding an Arrangement by Jeffrey Harrison

We asked former Dorset Prize Winners to share their tips on “Making Your Dorset Manuscript.” Here, Jeffrey Harrison, 2011 Dorset Prize Winner and author of “Into Daylight” (Tupelo Press, 2014), shares his sage advice on arranging your poetry manuscript: “The poem should be a mixture of revelation and arrangement,” Charles Wright has said. So, ideally, should … Read more

The results of the 2018 July Open Reading Period

The editors of Tupelo Press are delighted to announce their decisions for the 2018 July Open Submission Period. We congratulate the following poets, whose books will be published and distributed by Tupelo Press:  Nehassaiu deGannes, for Music for Exile Corey Van Landingham, for Love Letter to Who Owns the Heavens  Citation for Music for Exile In Music … Read more

Baruch College Presents: Anna Rabinowitz’s Words On The Street

Baruch College presents Words on the Street, a book-length poem and mystery by Anna Rabinowitz transformed into a multimedia hybrid performance. “An infant is abducted and the seven deadly sins play out their power struggle while pandemonium reigns in a dystopian world.”  The performance runs 10.26 – 11.4. Ticket prices are $16-$51. Words on the Street … Read more

The results of the Second Annual Tupelo Broadside Prize

The editors of Tupelo Press are pleased to announce that final judge Kevin Prufer has selected as winners of the Second Annual Tupelo Broadside Prize: Winners “Revival at Diana Church of Christ” by Jacquelyn Malone “Flagstones” by Steve McDonald “God as Reflexive Pronoun” by Susan O’Dell Underwood Judge’s Citations from Kevin Prufer:  On “Revival at … Read more

The results of the 2018 Kundiman Poetry Prize

Kundiman and Tupelo Press are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2018 Kundiman Poetry Prize is Rohan Chhetri’s lost  hurt  or in transit beautiful. Rohan Chhetri’s first book of poems, Slow Startle (Winner of the ‘Emerging Poets Prize 2015’) was published by The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective. A chapbook of poems, Jurassic Desire (Winner of … Read more

Review of Mario Chard’s Land of Fire by Levi Vonk of Long Reads

  Thank you to Levi Vonk of Long Reads for this contemplative piece exploring migration as “a mythic act” in Mario Chard’s latest collection, Land of Fire. Vonk writes, “It is the space between two spaces, the roving boundary between here and there, then and now. Migration, like myth, exists in a timespace apart. It … Read more