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August 12, 2015

Winner of the Idaho Prize 2015 Announced

2015 final judge of the Idaho Prize for Poetry, Kim Addonizio, has selected Danielle Pieratti’s FUGITIVES as the winner of the Idaho Prize 2015.

FUGITIVES will be released in Spring 2016.

LOST HORSE PRESS would like to thank all entrants to the Idaho Prize 2015; our first readers for their keen reading skills; Kim Addonizio, final judge for her astute choice; and, most of all, congratulations to Danielle Pieratti, winner of the Idaho Prize 2015.

image2Danielle Pieratti’s poems have recently appeared in Sixth Finch, Yemassee, and Barn Owl Review. She is the author of two chapbooks, By the Dogstar (Sarasota Poetry Theatre Press, 2005) and The Post, the Cage, the Palisade (Dancing Girl Press, 2015). She teaches English in Connecticut.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FINALISTS

 LONGHAND             Brian Culhane     Seattle, WA

THIS IS ALL I CAN TELL YOU       David J.S. Pickering     Portland, OR

INLAND  SEA           Debra Nystrom   Charlottesville, VA

FALSETTO                Robert Stephens     Tallahassee, FL

[TAXONOMIES / SOMETHING OPENED]          Samantha Deal     Kalamazoo, MI

YA TE VEO               P. Scott Cunningham     Miami, FL

AFTER                       Robert Gibb     Homestead, PA

somebody, maybe         Sally Cox     Hubbard, OR

INVENTORY             Landon Godfrey     Black Mountain, NC

ODD LOTS, SCRAPS, AND SECOND-HAND, LIKE NEW         Will Wells   Lima, OH

 

 

Link to announcement in the Carnegie Mellon University newsletter:

Danielle Pieratti Wins National Poetry Award