Tupelo Press Announces the 2019 Berkshire Prize Results

Tupelo Press is delighted to announce that our judge, Oliver de la Paz, has selected Iliana Rocha of Edmond, Oklahoma from an extraordinary field of finalists as winner of the 2019 Berkshire Prize for her manuscript, The Many Deaths of Inocencio Rodriguez. [Photo credit: Vernon Ng] Iliana Rocha earned her PhD in English Literature and Creative Writing … Read more

Tupelo Press Announces the Results of the 2020 Snowbound Chapbook Award

Tupelo Press is delighted to announce that John Yau has selected Eric Pankey of Fairfax, Virginia as the winner of the 2020 Snowbound Chapbook Award, for his manuscript, The Future Perfect: A Fuge He receives a $1,000 cash prize, publication by Tupelo Press, and national distribution. Eric Pankey is the author of twelve collections of poems … Read more

New Anthology of Indigenous Poetry and Essays Released

“Native Voices” represents established and emerging Native American poets North Adams, Mass. — Tupelo Press is pleased to announce the publication of Native Voices: Indigenous American Poetry, Craft and Conversations (ISBN: 9781946482181, $29.95, paperback), a nearly 500-page collection of contemporary and early Native voices spanning from the middle of the twentieth century to today. “Our … Read more

Tupelo Press Announces the Results of the 2019 Dorset Prize

Tupelo Press is delighted to announce that Afterfeast by Lisa Hiton of Deerfield, Illinois, has been selected by Mary Jo Bang to win the 2019 Tupelo Press Dorset Prize. Hiton receives a $3,000 cash prize, a writing residency, publication by Tupelo Press, and national distribution. Lisa Hiton’s poems have appeared in Lambda Literary Magazine, New South, Linebreak, Hayden’s … Read more

A not-so-secret press: Tupelo Press celebrates 20 years of printing books

By Jennifer Huberdeau, The Berkshire Eagle NORTH ADAMS — “We’ve made a mark in the world. This is a significant press with a significant reputation, almost everywhere in the world, except in the Berkshires. We’re kind of a secret here.”  But then again, Tupelo Press hasn’t sought much publicity, Jeffrey Levine, publisher and founder, said … Read more

AWP Author Signing Schedule

Join us at Booths 5043 + 5045 to meet and have books signed by the following Tupelo authors! Thursday, 3/28:10:00 am – Rachel Contreni Flynn  &  Nomi Stone1:00 pm – Chaun Ballard  &  Jenny Molberg3:00 pm – G.C. Waldrep  &  Lee Upton Friday, 3/29:10:00 am – Lillian-Yvonne Bertram  & David Huddle1:00 pm – Gale Marie … Read more

Announcing the Preliminary Readers for the 2019 Dorset Prize

We’re pleased to announce the preliminary readers for our 2019 Dorset Prize. These talented writers will help choose which manuscripts should be honored as finalists and forwarded on to our final judge, Mary Jo Bang. The readers are: V. Joshua Adams, a former editor of Chicago Review, teaches at the University of Louisville. His chapbook, Cold Affections, … Read more

On Being at Truchas by Ilya Kaminsky

Truchas, where one gets dramatically important views: at the gorgeous mountains, at the clarity of the desert, and at one’s own writing. You will stand on a balcony with a glass of wine, overseeing the most beautiful sunset of your life. You will sit in the center of the library, surrounded by thousands of books, … Read more

The Results of the 2019 Sunken Garden Poetry Prize

Tupelo Press Names the 2019 Sunken Garden Chapbook Prize Winner, Runners-Up, Finalists and Semifinalists North Adams, Mass.—Tupelo Press is especially delighted to announce that Timothy Donnelly has selected Diurne by Kristin George Bagdanov of Sacramento, California as winner of the 2019 Sunken Garden Chapbook Poetry Prize. In addition to publication by Tupelo Press (and the … Read more

New Book of Poetry “Kill Class” by Nomi Stone Released February 1st

North Adams, Mass. — Award-winning publisher Tupelo Press is pleased to announce the release of a new book of poetry, Kill Class, by Nomi Stone. Kill Class will be published February 1st, 2019 in trade paper (ISBN: 978-1946482198, 98 pages, $17.95) and is available in bookstores, Amazon, Small Press Distribution, and through Tupelo Press’s website … Read more