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Our 2017 Trio Award and Louise Bogan Award reading period opens November 1.  Please see "Submissions" to learn more about the guidelines for each award.  Our judge for the Louise Bogan award will be Campbell McGrath, and Jennifer Barber will judge the Trio Award.

Campbell McGrath is the author of ten books of poetry, including Spring Comes to Chicago, Florida Poems, Seven Notebooks, and most recently XX: Poems for the Twentieth Century (Ecco Press, 2016).  He has received many of America’s major literary prizes for his work, including the Kingsley Tufts Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a MacArthur Fellowship, a USA Knight Fellowship, and a Witter-Bynner Fellowship from the Library of Congress. His poetry has appeared in the New Yorker, Harper’s, Atlantic and on the op-ed page of the New York Times, as well as in scores of literary reviews and quarterlies. Born in Chicago, he lives with his family in Miami Beach and teaches at Florida International University, where he is the Philip and Patricia Frost Professor of Creative Writing.

Jennifer Barber’s collections of poetry are Works on Paper, recipient of the 2015 Tenth Gate Prize (The Word Works, 2016); Given Away (Kore Press, 2012), and Rigging the Wind, recipient of the 2002 First Book Award (Kore Press, 2003).


Her poems have appeared in Poetry, the Missouri Review, the New Yorker, Agni, Orion, the Gettysburg Review, the Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Poetry Daily, Solstice, and elsewhere. A recipient of a Pushcart Prize and an Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award, she teaches literature and creative writing at Suffolk University in Boston, where she is a scholar in residence. She is the founding and current editor in chief of the literary journal Salamander, now in its twenty-fourth year.

 

 

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