2019 Pangaea Prize

Final Judge: Sara Lupita Olivares

Peter Filkins – Nocturne

Alison Palmer – The Wrong Hours

Second Runner-Up:
Katharyn Howd Machan – Fox Poems

Claire Scott – Ice Sculpture
Karla Linn Merrifield – Six Bells (3 A.M.)

Kim Zoe Potter
Ashly Ellison
Curt Curtin
Donna Isaac

About our judge:

Sara Lupita Olivares is the author of Migratory Sound (The University of Arkansas Press), which was selected as winner of the 2020 CantoMundo Poetry Prize, and the chapbook Field Things (dancing girl press). Her poems have appeared in The New York Times, Gulf Coast, Denver Quarterly, Salt Hill Journal, DIAGRAM, and elsewhere. Currently she lives in northern New Mexico where she is an assistant professor at New Mexico Highlands University. https://www.saralupitaolivares.com