Dana Roeser Wins Wilder Prize
Combining mea culpa and congratulations, we would like to acknowledge that we did not include Dana Roeser’s full contributor’s note in 42.1. Our apologies, but this allows us to celebrate here her latest accomplishment in winning the Wilder Prize. Dana was a finalist for our 2016 Editors’ Award in Poetry with her magnificent “Late July.”
Dana Roeser’s fourth book, All Transparent Things Need Thundershirts, won the Wilder Prize at Two Sylvias Press and will be published in Spring 2019. She is also the author of The Theme of Tonight’s Party Has Been Changed, recipient of the Juniper Prize, as well as Beautiful Motion and In the Truth Room, both winners of the Samuel French Morse Poetry Prize. Recent poems have appeared, or are forthcoming, in Crazyhorse, Poetry, Diode, Cimarron Review, and Seneca Review. She is the recipient of a 2018 Pushcart Prize. She recently contributed a book review of Elizabeth Powell’s Willy Loman’s Reckless Daughter to Aquifer: The Florida Review Online.
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