Thursday, September 18, 2008

Midwest Chapbook Series Award - Greg Wrenn



The Laurel Review / GreenTower Press
The Midwest Chapbook Series Award


We are pleased to announce that this year’s judge, Kevin Prufer, has chosen Greg Wrenn’s, Off the Fire Road, to be published in the spring of 2009.

Runner-up was John Cross’s, the terms of your tenancy are changed

Finalists include: Rebecca Keith, Erin M. Bertram, Philip Jenks & Simone Muench, Sara Tracey, Emily Rosko, Andrew Zawacki, and David Dodd Lee

Thank you to all who entered. A press is only as good as the quality of its submissions.

The final judge for next year’s chapbook contest will be announced with the winter issue. All entrants to the contest will receive a one-year subscription to The Laurel Review, starting with our Summer 2009 issue. The reading period for the contest will open February 15th, with a postmark deadline of June 1st.


Recent Chapbooks:

Anatomy of a Ghost, Rumit Love Pancholi

Instructions for a Painting, poems by Molly Brodak
ITINERARY, poems by Reginald Shepherd

Our back catalogue:

The BirdGirl Handbook, poems by Amy Newman
What Night Says to the Empty Boat, poems by Wayne Miller
Grenade, poems by Rebecca Hoogs
Worm, prose poems by Charles Harper Webb


All titles $8.00 each. No shipping or handling fees.


Make your check payable to:


GreenTower Press / Department of English
Northwest Missouri State University
800 University Drive
Maryville, MO 64468-6001

4 Comments:

At 9/18/2008 5:10 PM, Blogger Busstogate said...

Thanks for the Reg book. It came today.

 
At 9/24/2008 6:34 AM, Blogger John Gallaher said...

It was my pleasure. We've sent out 125 so far. I like that.

 
At 9/30/2008 2:54 PM, Blogger Amish Trivedi said...

Wow- how did you hear about this? I must have missed a rejection note somewhere :)

Have they even updated the website?

 
At 10/01/2008 7:01 AM, Blogger John Gallaher said...

Amish,

Sorry about that. They haven't updated the website. It's a long story, but I'm one of the editors, and the website is currently password protected and I can't find the password. I need to get the university to give it to me. Apologies. I was hoping posting the news here would perhaps serve the purpose.

 

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