2013 FutureCycle Poetry Book Prize Winner Announced
Now starting its sixth year, the FutureCycle Poetry Book Prize is awarded for the best full-length volume of poetry published by FutureCycle Press in a calendar year. The 2013 prize goes to poet Joan Colby for her Selected Poems.
Established in 2009, the FutureCycle Poetry Book Prize is awarded for the best full-length volume of poetry published by the press in a given year. The winning poet receives an honorarium—a percentage of the press’s total online book, chapbook, and ebook sales in the year of publication—
Judges for the 2013 FutureCycle Poetry Book Prize were the 2012 prize winner, poet Richard Carr (for Dead Wendy), and editors Diane Kistner, David Chorlton, Jon Pineda, and Robert S. King of FutureCycle Press. The prize-winning book was selected from twelve full-length poetry books published by the press in 2013.
To celebrate the award, Joan Colby: Selected Poems is the press's Goodreads Giveaway title for January. Visitors to the FutureCycle Press web site can enter to win a paperback copy from the widget on the right-hand side of the home page. The Kindle edition is also one of the press's Free Kindle Saturdays titles during the month of January. (Free Kindle Saturdays titles are easily found by selecting Kindle Editions from the Catalog tab at the web site on any Saturday; ebooks on special promotion can be found the same way on any day of the week.)
In addition to Colby's book, contenders for the prize (in order of publication)
To submit book manuscripts for publication and book prize consideration, refer to the Guidelines.
Page Updated Last on: Jan 01, 2014