Nancy Cook’s poem “Midland“, a response to the 2020 flood that made national headlines, was the winner of the Founder’s Prize in the 2020 poetry contest of the Poetry Society of Michigan.
Winner of the Margo LaGattuta Memorial Award in the Poetry Society of Michigan’s annual poetry contest is Randy K. Schwartz of Ann Arbor, Michigan. This poem and all of the other contest winners are featured in the latest edition of Peninsula Poets.
An honorable mention from of 2019 Poetry Contest in the Evening category.
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This year’s runner up for the Founder’s Prize in the Poetry Society of Michigan’s annual contest was Marion Frahm Tincknell who paints us a vivid picture of something lost.
The winning poem in the Humor category from the fall contest issue of Peninsula Poets – journal of The Poetry Society of Michigan.
Katerine Edgren of Dexter, Michigan was the winner in the Spiritual category in The Poetry Society of Michigan’s annual poetry contest.
Winning poem in the “Animals” category in The Poetry Society of Michigan’s annual contest.
This poem, appropriate for this time of year, is the winner of the “Chancelor’s Prize” in The Poetry Society of Michigan Annual Poetry Contest.
The George Dila Memorial Prize is given to the best prose poem entered in the PSM annual poetry contest. The winning poet is Nancy Cook, who offers this advice: