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Unbound Content’s 2013 Pushcart Nominees

11.30.13 Posted in announcements, Award Nominees, today's words by

Please join me in congratulating Unbound Content’s 2013 Pushcart Prize nominations, listed here with the nominated poems in their entirety: Remembering Waikiki By Stan Galloway Unnumbered days have passed since we looked out on Waikiki, but I remember still the ocean, vast as love itself. The first night’s moon slow-burned, by raw decree, in salty […]


Pushcart Prize nominations!

11.30.13 Posted in announcements, Award Nominees, today's words by

Join me in congratulating vox poetica’s 2013 Pushcart Prize nominees: Sarah Endo, “this” Sharon Poch, “Dark Ages” Erren Geraud Kelly, “The Librarian” KJ Hannah Greenberg, “Silver Moss Fingers” Julia Klatt Singer, “After all these years, Dorothy still thinks about the Tin Man” Julie Ellinger Hunt “The Dawn” My wonderful writers make this a brutal decision […]


Best of the Net 2012 Nominees!

09.12.12 Posted in Award Nominees by

Yes, it’s that time of the year again! So without further ado, here are the vox poetica 2012 Best of the Net nominees: Maureen Donatelli, for Bee Fever Lowell Jaeger, for She’s Wet Her Pants Joanna S Lee, for catching up Clarissa McFairy, for La Mia Musa John J McKenna, for Did I miss a […]


Pushcart Prize Nominations

12.01.11 Posted in Award Nominees by

Another year, another 6 Pushcart Prize nominations! This year that meant reading through 475 poems and several rounds of cuts before sending the nominations. I have to tell you, I am overwhelmed by the quality of the work you send me to publish. Thank you for sharing your amazing words with me and the rest […]


Best of the Net 2011

09.27.11 Posted in announcements, Award Nominees by

The first round of award nominations is a wrap! The vox poetica nominations for Best of the Net (Sundress Publications) are: KC Bosch, Stealing Days, an idyllic description of a perfect day Robert CJ Graves, Me, the Monster, a humorous nod to Ms. Shelley, her classic, and our craft Jean Hendrickson, Cradle of Civilization, a heartbreaking […]