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We are happy to announce that poet Andrea England will be the final judge for this year’s Bermuda Triangle Prize, which will be awarded for the three best poems on the theme of Revolution.

Each winning poem will receive $50, for a total cash prize of $150. The poems will be published and displayed in the Poet’s Billow Literary Art Gallery. Up to five finalists will be considered for publication.

We nominate for the Pushcart Prize, The Best New Poets Anthology, and Best of the Net Anthology, for which we are proud to say that poems we’ve published have been finalists.

The upcoming deadline is April 30th and details can be found here: The Bermuda Triangle Prize.

Andrea England is the author of Other Geographies (2017, Creative Justice Press) and Inventory of a Field (2014, Finishing Line Press). Her work has appeared in Midwestern Gothic, Sonora Review, The 3288 Review and others. She lives and works in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where she teaches English and Creative Writing for various universities and organizations. Find out more at andreajengland.com.

Check out Andrea England’s interviews with:

The 3288 Review

Midwest Gothic 

As well as some of her poems:

Stirring“Grand Junction, Colorado, 1988”

The Boiler: “That Time of Year”

Storyscape Literary Journal: “Mary and the Hurricane”

We are looking forward to reading your work!

Write (and submit) on.