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White Pine Press is pleased to announce that Kim Garcia has been awarded the Twenty-First Annual White Pine Press Poetry Prize for her manuscript The Brighter House. Selected by final judge Jericho Brown, the book will be published in the fall of 2016. Ms. Garcia also receives a cash prize of one thousand dollars. 

Kim Garcia is the author of DRONE, winner of the 2015 Backwaters Prize, Tales of the Sisters, winner of the 2015 Sow’s Ear Chapbook Contest, and Madonna Magdalene, released by Turning Point Books in 2006. Her poems have appeared in Crab Orchard Review, Crazyhorse, Mississippi Review, Nimrod and Subtropics, and her work has been featured on The Writer’s Almanac. Recipient of the 2014 Lynda Hull Memorial Prize, an AWP Intro Writing Award, a Hambidge Fellowship and an Oregon Individual Artist Grant, Garcia teaches creative writing at Boston College.

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by Kim Garcia

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Original Trade Paperback. 84 pages.

The Milk Underground
by Ronny Someck
Translated by Hana Inbar, Robert Manaster

Winner of the 3rd Cliff Becker Book Prize in Translation

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Original Trade Paperback. 90 pages.
Nothing to Declare
Edited by Robert Alexander, Eric Braun, and Debra Marquart

Nothing to Declare is a ground-breaking anthology of cross-genre work. What you will find here... more...

Original Trade Paperback. 328 pages.

Modern Family
by Cheon Myeong-kwan
Translated by Kyoung-lee Park

Forty-year-old In-mo, a movie director who's been jobless for the past decade decides to move in with his widowed mother. His older brother, with five... more...

Original Trade Paperback. 180 pages.

Divan of Ghalib
by Nachoem Wijnberg
Translated by David Colmer

The Divan of Ghalib by Dutch poet Nachoem Wijnberg is not... more...

Original Trade Paperback. 172 pages.

Harbors of Light
by Marjorie Agosin
Translated by E M O'Connor

"Harbors of Light celebrates 'the call of the lighthouse' in all its many variations. The... more...

Original Trade Paperback. 90 pages.

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