Announcing the Winner of the Elixir Press 2016 Fiction Award

Elixir is pleased to announce Everyone Was There by Anthony Varallo of Charleston SC as the contest winner.  The short story collection will receive a $2000 prize as well as publication by Elixir Press.

Five finalists were also selected:

Second Life by Henry Alley of Eugene, OR

Out of Which Came Nothing by Laurie Blauner of Seattle, WA

Twenty Questions by Kathy Flann of Baltimore, MD

Come Dance with Me by Kendall Klym of Acworth, GA

Report from a Place of Burning by George Looney of Erie, PA

Announcing the Winner of the Elixir Press Antivenom Poetry Award

The winner is: Selected Proverbs by Michael Cryer, Phoenix, AZ

Chosen by Seth Brady Tucker

          

Finalists:     

           Polite Occasions by Anne Babson, New Orleans, LA

           Haunting the Wrong House by Danielle Hanson, Atlanta, GA

          Slippage by Christopher Munde, Jamestown, NY

           All of the Above by Lucy Ricciardi, Greenwich, CT

somebody, maybe by S. A. Stepanek, Salem, OR (withdrawn)

Winner of the 16th Annual Poetry Awards

 

ANNOUNCING THE WINNERS

OF THE ELIXIR PRESS 16TH ANNUAL POETRY AWARDS

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           Chosen by Adrian Matejka,

               State Parkby Jenny Mueller of St. Louis, MO

 

Finalists:

 Rise and Fall of the Lesser Sun Gods by Bruce Bond of Denton, TX

 Slippage by Christopher Munde of Jamestown, NY

Threshold Delivery by Patty Seyburn, Newport Beach, CA

Estate by Samn Stockwell of Barre, VT

Imperfect Eye by Kathleen Winter of Glen Ellen, CA

Winner of the 2015 Elixir Press Fiction Award

Elixir is pleased to announce The Killer’s Dog  by Gary Fincke of Selinsgrove, PA  as the contest winner.  The short story collection will receive a $2000 prize as well as publication by Elixir Press.

Three finalists were also selected:

Out of Which Came Nothing by Laurie Blauner of Seattle, WA

Report from a Place of Burning by George Looney of Erie, PA

What Becomes Us by Micah Perks of Santa Cruz, CA

2015 Antivenom Poetry Award

 

ANNOUNCING THE WINNER

OF THE ELIXIR PRESS 2015 ANTIVENOM POETRY AWARD

 

The winner is: Sure Extinction by John Estes, Canton, OH

Chosen by Nicholas Samaras

          

Finalists:     

           Tall As You Are Tall Between Them by Annie Christain, Cobleskill, NY

           Recovery Act by Jenny Mueller, St. Louis, MO

          Slippage by Christopher Munde, Jamestown, NY

           Out Of the World by Kristine Snodgrass, Tallahassee, FL

          somebody, maybe by S.A. Stepanek, Hubbard, OR