2016 Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers
Encouraging sophomore- and junior-aged writers around the globe, the annual Kenyon Review’s Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers awards one writer publication and a full scholarship to the Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop. Two runners-up receive publication. The Nov/Dec 2016 Kenyon Review features Winner Alyssa Mazzoli, “Death Uses a Lot of Laundry Detergent,” and Runners-Up: Carissa Chen, “Parable,” and “Annalise Lozier “f(x).” Editor at Large Natalie Shapero offers an introductory comments on the poems as well. Each of the works can be read on the Kenyon Review website along with past winning entries. The contest is open annually from Nov 1 – 30. There is no entry fee.