Posts Tagged: 2017 Poetry Prize
Announcing the 2017 Poetry Prize Winner!
We are excited to announce that the winner of the 2017 Poetry Prize is Kristen Steenbeeke for her poem “Apocalypse Dream Again.” Many thanks to everyone who submitted their work and made this year’s prize possible. “Apocalypse Dream Again” will appear in our Winter 2017 issue.
2017 Poetry Prize Winner:
“Apocalypse Dream Again” by Kristen Steenbeeke
Ross Gay says about the winning piece: “What a strange, unpredictable, veering, gale-tossed, silly, grave, many-registered, yearning, rackety poem this is. And the phrase, “the sadness of a moonpie”! I love that. This is one of those poems that feels like a well-caffeinated friend who knocked on the door having picked some flowers for you on the way. “
“Stand-In for a Ghost at a Séance” by Jessica Hincapie
“kindness” by Marlin M. Jenkins
“Offering to Azazel” by Alisha Kaplan
“A Mouth with Nothing to Say” by Peter LaBerge
“Diagram of the Human Ear” by Matthew Minicucci
“Inheritance” by Kirk Schlueter
“How to Marry the Land” by Nicole Stockburger
“The Funeral” by Jessica Lynn Suchon
“A family recipe that cannot be followed written down” by Tianru Wang
#IRDarlings 2017 Poetry Prize Twitter Contest Winner!
Indiana Review is proud to announce the winner of our 2017 #IRDarlings Twitter Contest! We received some great tweets and after careful deliberation we chose one winner who will receive an IR prize pack and free entry to our 2017 Poetry Prize.
Join us in congratulating the winner, E. B. Schnepp!
@IndianaReview left with non-linear models of the moon. #IRDarlings
— e.b. schnepp (@ebschnepp) March 7, 2017
Runner-up SJane Sloat will receive an IR Prize Pack and Twitter love.
yellow embers run like molecular lipstick #IRDarlings
— SJane Sloat (@SJSloat) March 10, 2017
Thank you to everyone who participated! Make sure to submit your polished poetry to our 2017 Poetry Prize by April 15th, 2017!
IR Staff Tells All: Our Favorite Vievee Francis Poems
The incomparable Vievee Francis, recent winner of the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, is judging our 2017 Poetry Prize. If you’re looking for inspiration, why not look at her work? Indiana Review editors share their favorite poems below!