Here are the winners of the 2021 Taj Mahal Review Poetry Prize

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ALLAHABAD, India - March 1, 2022 - PRLog -- The winners of the 2021 Taj Mahal Review Poetry Prize were announced last night at office. This award is given to a poet whose poetry collection represents a notable and accomplished literary presence. Here are the winners of the 2021 Taj Mahal Review Poetry Prize

1st William Pruitt for his poetry collection The Binding Dance

William Pruitt has been a construction laborer, reference librarian, hospital courier, loading dock receiver, manager in a natural foods collective, and for 26 years, teacher of English as a Second Language. He is a writer of poetry and narrative fiction as well as a storyteller. His poems and stories have been published in numerous journals and anthologies such as Ploughshares, Country Journal, Otis Nebula , Crack of the Spine Literary Magazine, Midway, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Hypertext,  Cottonwood and Finding the Way Home: Poems of Awakening and Transformation (White Pine press).  He has two chapbooks from White Pine and FootHills presses, and the self-published full-length book of poems Walking Home from the Eastman House. He is currently assistant editor for Narrative Magazine.

2nd Ethan Goffman for his poetry collection I Garden Weeds

Ethan Goffman's first volume of poetry, Words for Things Left Unsaid, was published by Kelsay Books in 2020. Dreamscapes, his book of prose poems and flash fiction, is due out in late 2021 from UnCollected Press. His poems and flash fiction have appeared in Alien Buddha, Ariel Chart, BlazeVox, Bradlaugh's Finger, Burgeon, EarthTalk, The Loch Raven Review, Mad Swirl, Madness Muse, Ramingo's Blog, The Raw Art Review, Setu, Verse Virtual and elsewhere.  Ethan is co-founder of It Takes a Community, a Montgomery College initiative bringing poetry to students and local residents.  He is also founder and producer of the Poetry & Planet podcast on

3rd Chad Norman for his poetry collection SIMONA: A CELEBRATION OF THE S.P.C.A..

Chad Norman's cycle of 50 poems focused on his cat, Simona, is a delight for cat lovers. He adopted the cat from an S.P.C.A. refuge where she had found shelter after being traumatized by the violent kicks from the boots of a human brute. Cat and poet looked each other in the eye and knew instantly that they would share their lives in the future. The cat became part of Norman's family.

Poems, essays, literary articles, short stories, and book reviews are invited for publication in the International Journal Taj Mahal Review, published in June and December annually..
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