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September 08, 2011

Winner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry 2011 Announced!

Ray Amorosi, final judge for the 2011 Idaho Prize for Poetry, has declared California poet, J.T. Ledbetter’s OLD AND LOST RIVERS this year’s prize winner. Mr. Ledbetter will receive $1000 plus publication by Lost Horse Press. OLD AND LOST RIVERS will be released in Spring 2012.

The annual Idaho Prize for Poetry is given for a book-length poetry collection. The next deadline is May 15, 2012. Please mail manuscripts to Lost Horse Press, Idaho Prize for Poetry, 105 Lost Horse Lane, Sandpoint, ID 83864   Email: losthorsepress@mindspring.com   Telephone: (208) 255.4410  Web: www.losthorsepress.org

WINNER of 2011 Idaho Prize for Poetry
J.T. Ledbetter  OLD AND LOST RIVERS

FINALISTS
Joe Wilkins   NOTES FROM THE JOURNEY WESTWARD
Katie Kingston  WHAT DOES LORCA OWN?

THE LONG LIST
Robert Michael Pyle  EVOLUTION OF THE GENUS IRIS  •  Gary Leising  THE ALP AT THE END OF THE STREET
Melanie Willette  NEMESIS  •  Carlos Reyes  THE POMEGRANATE, SISTER OF THE HEART
Joshua Robbins  PRAISE NOTHING  •  Stephen Danos  BE SEEING YOU, EMPIRE
Niki Leopold  OILS AND SALTS   •  Anna Lowe Weber  VARIATIONS ON A DOMESTIC THEME
Amy Miller  SORRY MOTEL  •  Susan Thomas  IN THE SADNESS MUSEUM
Deborah Woodard  BORROWED TALES  •  William Greenway  SELF-DELIVERANCE
Sarah Sousa  TO STAVE OFF DISASTER  •  Kirun Kapur  THE HAND OF BURNING PRAYERS

We heartily thank all the poets who submitted their work to the Idaho Prize.