Červená Barva Press Announces the Poetry and Fiction Chapbook Winners for 2011:
In poetry: Alan Elyshevitz for his manuscript “Imaginary Planet”
In fiction: Ateet Tuli for his manuscript “Posture”
Congratulations to the winners! Letters are going to be sent out to everyone who entered. It will also list the finalists.
Thank you to everyone who entered the poetry and fiction chapbook contests.
The judge for the poetry and fiction category was Catherine Sasanov
About Catherine Sasanov:
Catherine Sasanov’s latest book of poems, Had Slaves (Sentence Book Award, Firewheel Editions, 2010)
was recently named a 2011 Must Read by the Massachusetts Center for the Book. She is also the
author of Traditions of Bread and Violence (Four Way Books), All the Blood Tethers
(Northeastern University Press), and the libretto for Las Horas de Belén: A Book of Hours,
a bi-national (U.S.-Mexico), bilingual theater collaboration commissioned by Mabou Mines.
More on the poet can be found at www.catherinesasanov.com.
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Our usual reading period for unsolicited manuscripts is from January 2nd-February 10th. We are not going to be
reading any unsolicited manuscripts at this time. Sorry. Please check back in September for new dates concerning this.
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