The Yale Younger Poets Prize is the oldest annual literary award in the United States. The competition is open to emerging poets who have not previously published a book of poetry and who reside in the United States.
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Carl Phillips Chooses Noah Warren As 2015 Yale Series Of Younger Poets Winner

Carl Phillips Chooses Noah Warren As 2015 Yale Series Of Younger Poets Winner

Yale University Press is pleased to announce a winner in the 2015 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition. The judge, prize-winning and critically acclaimed poet Carl Phillips, has chosen Noah Warren’s manuscript, The Destroyer in the Glass. Series judge Carl Phillips says: “The Destroyer in the Glass impresses at once with its wedding of intellect, heart,...
Carl Phillips Chooses Ansel Elkins as 2014 Yale Series of Younger Poets Winner

Carl Phillips Chooses Ansel Elkins as 2014 Yale Series of Younger Poets Winner

New Haven—Yale University Press is pleased to announce a winner in the 2014 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition. The judge, prize-winning and critically acclaimed poet Carl Phillips, has chosen Ansel Elkins’s manuscript, BLUE YODEL. “Through her arresting use of persona, in particular, Ansel Elkins reminds us of the pivotal role of compassion in understanding others...