The results are in for our PRIME Poetry Prize Contest. We had the most submissions we’ve ever had for this contest, but after long hours and many difficult decisions, we were able to choose this year’s winner and honorable mention!
The winner of the PRIME Poetry Prize contest is Melissa King Rogers for her poems “Grief: Topography,” “Passage,” and “Happy Hour.”
2014’s honorable mention is Rebecca McKanna for her poems “When I Watch the TV Show of the Man Who Took My Virginity” and “Epithalamium for a Bride on Vicodin.”
Congratulations to these poets for their excellent work! Look forward to their work in the upcoming issues of Arts & Letters!