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Robin Becker Chapbook co-winners selected: Taverna, Shapiro

We’re thrilled to announce the co-winners of the 2015 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize: “What Hollywood Taught Me” by Alison Taverna and “Fifty Degrees” by Gregg Shapiro. Both manuscripts will be published late this spring.

Thanks so much to our guest judge, Ching-In Chen. The next reading period for the Robin Becker Series will be May 1 – May 31, 2016.

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David J Daniels: New chapbook release

Daniels_INDECENCY_web coverIndecency, the new chapbook by David J. Daniels, officially comes out tomorrow, October 15. Co-winner of the 2012 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize, selected by Elena Georgiou, and published in a limited edition of 200 copies. Order yours here.

Robin Becker titles selected: Daniels, Wiseman, Conroy

We’re thrilled to announce the co-winners of the 2012 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize, selected by guest judge Elena Georgiou: Indecency, by David J. Daniels of Denver, Colorado, and Portraits, by Sarah Wiseman of Napanee, Ontario will be published in spring 2013 as #9 and #10 in the Robin Becker Chapbook Series. For the first time, we’ll also publish a third manuscript: Controlled Burn, by Flower Conroy of Key West, Florida. Thanks to everyone who entered work and helped spread the word about this series. We couldn’t do this without you.

New Robin Becker title by Ellen Goldberg

We’re delighted to announce the publication of Ellen Goldberg’s Each Perfect One, selected by Judith Barrington as co-winner of the 2011 Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. Full details are here!

Robin Becker Prize co-winners: E Goldberg, D Gilson

Please join us in congratulating the co-winners of this year’s Robin Becker Chapbook Prize, selected by guest judge Judith Barrington:

Ellen Goldberg’s Turned Into Mattering is the winner among poets with previous book or chapbook publication; her chapbook will be published in March of 2012. The runner-up manuscript was “My Father’s House” by Ed Madden.

D Gilson’s Catch & Release is the winner among poets without previous book or chapbook publication; his chapbook will be published in April of 2012. The runner-up manuscript was “Rain Leaping Up When a Cab Goes Past” by David Eye.

Please stay tuned for more announcements as we finalize our 2012 schedule, including more titles in our Editor’s Series and the lineup for next year’s Summer Kitchen Series!