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In Memory of a Banyan Tree: Poems of the Outside World: 1985 to 2022
Three Wooden Trunks
DREAM BRIDGE
The Country Where Everyone’s Name Is Fear: Selected Poems
May 29, 2022

ECCENTRIC DAYS OF HOPE & SORROW is short-listed for the Griffin Prize for Poetry!

Lost Horse Press is proud to announce that Natalka Bilotserkivets’ Eccentric Days of Hope & Sorrow, translated by Ali Kinsella and Dzvinia Orlowsky, has been short-listed for the Griffin Prize for Poetry. We at Lost Horse Press—publisher, editor, poet, translators—are over the moon about this news. We have all of our digits crossed that our book takes the Prize, but we are immensely honored and thrilled to have been selected for the short-list. Truly honored.

2022 Griffin Poetry Prize Shortlist Announcement

TORONTO – April 13, 2022 – Scott Griffin, on behalf of the trustees of The Griffin Trust For Excellence In Poetry, is pleased to announce the International and Canadian shortlist for this year’s prize.
Judges Adam Dickinson (Canada), Valzhyna Mort (Belarus/US), and Claudia Rankine (Jamaica/US) each read 639 books of poetry, including 57 translations from 24 languages, submitted by 236 publishers from 16 different countries.
The two winners, to be announced via our social media channels (website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) on Wednesday, June 15, will each be awarded $65,000. The other finalists — 3 International and 2 Canadian — will be awarded $10,000.

International

Late to the House of Words |  Sharon Dolin, translated from the Catalan written by Gemma Gorga
Saturnalia Books
Sho  |  Douglas Kearney
Wave Books
Eccentric Days of Hope and Sorrow  | Ali Kinsella and Dzvinia Orlowsky, translated from the Ukrainian written by Natalka Bilotserkivets
Lost Horse Press
Asked What Has Changed | Ed Roberson
Wesleyan University Press

Canadian

Dream of No One But Myself  |  David Bradford
Brick Books
Letters in a Bruised Cosmos  |  Liz Howard
McClelland & Stewart
The Junta of Happenstance  |  Tolu Oloruntoba
Anstruther Books/Palimpsest Press