Submissions

Red Dragonfly Press is pleased to open our editorial doors to manuscript submissions beyond those poets already published by the Press. However, as you consider submitting a manuscript please familiarize yourself with the authors and books published by Red Dragonfly Press, and honor our interest in serious poetry, and especially poetry that is engaged with rural, environmental, and political issues.

Red Dragonfly Press annually accepts manuscripts for the following two prizes:

2017 •  Augur  by Jonathan Andersen

2017 • Augur by Jonathan Andersen

David Martinson – Meadowhawk Prize

The David Martinson – Meadowhawk Prize for an unpublished collection of poems by an author who has not previously been published by the press. The chosen poet will receive a $300 cash award, book publication, and ten copies. No geographical restrictions. (Submissions accepted June 1st through October 31st).

Please follow the submission link below for specific guidelines at the Submittable website:

2017 •  Making the Shore  by Thor Bacon

2017 • Making the Shore by Thor Bacon

Emergence Chapbook Series

The Emergence Chapbook Series Prize for an unpublished collection of poems by a previously unpublished author. The chosen poet will receive a $100 cash award, chapbook publication, and ten copies. (Submissions accepted June 1st through October 31st).

Please follow the submission link below for specific guidelines at the Submittable website:

past Prize-winners

David Martinson – Meadowhawk Prize

2018 • Beyond the Moon's White Claw by Patty Dickson Pieczka

2017 • Augur by Jonathan Andersen

2016 • The Frozen Harbor by Michael Hettich

2015 • A Different Wakeful Animal by Susan Cohen

2014 • What Thread? by Francine Sterle

2013 • Patches of Light by Chad Hanson

Emergence Chapbook Series

2018 • The Sabine Women by Amie Sharp

2017 • Making Shore by Thor Bacon

2016 • no prize awarded

2015 • Clear Day in January by Mark Maire

2014 • Bottom-Right Corner by Justin Watkins

2013 • Empty-handed by Scott Lowery

2004 • Necessities by Larry Gavin

2001 • Alembic by Vicki Graham

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