After a lot of deliberation, The Mantle Poetry is proud to announce our nominees for Best New Poets 2020:
Maddie Ticknor – “American Loneliness”
Jude Nguyen – “ode to section 8 housing”
These poems are well worth revisiting. Congrats!
The Mantle Poetry is pleased to announce our nominations for next year’s Pushcart Prize:
Stefani Cox – Fault Lines (Issue 7)
Kristin LaFollette – Exigence (Issue 7)
Tiffany Belieu – Size Matters (Issue 8)
Kristian Macaron – Your Blood Is What Builds You (Issue 9)
Alexandra Bentayou – Four of us: (Issue 10)
Hannah Newman – In the boxes that are left glass apples glaze with dust (Issue 10)
Good luck to these poems!
These were difficult decisions, but The Mantle is honored to announce this year’s nominees for the Pushcart Prize:
Congrats! These poems are in an envelope on their way to New York. Best of luck!
While waiting for decisions to be made, consider reading the nominated poems above and/or making a submission yourself! Issue 3 arrives in February.
Here it is: the second issue of The Mantle! Honored to present ten poems from ten poets:
The issue is available both as a PDF and as a series of linked pages, so you can read and/or share in the way you prefer. In this issue you will find poems of fear and acceptance in relation to love, sea, sky, and phenomena; the intersection of art and identity; the inevitability of both future and memory– and much more. Hope you enjoy reading these as much as I do.
Consider submitting to our third issue, which will release on the first of February. Until then, enjoy!
Click the cover to access the issue: