2023 BIRDY POETRY PRIZE
VIRTUAL READINGS, WINNER, & FINALIST ANNOUNCEMENTS!
April 28, 7 p.m. CT
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Jonathan Greenhause has won the Ledbury Poetry Competition, Aesthetica Magazine’s Creative Writing Award in Poetry, the Telluride Institute’s Fischer Poetry Prize, and the Prism Review Poetry Prize, and his poems have appeared in America, december, New York Quarterly, Notre Dame Review, Poetry Ireland Review, The Poetry Society, The Rialto, RHINO, Subtropics, and the Times Literary Supplement. Jonathan lives in Jersey City with his wife and their two sons, all within a stone’s throw of the local freight line.
Brian Daldorph, author of the 2020 Birdy finalist book, Kansas Poems, teaches at the University of Kansas and the Douglas County Jail. He serves as editor for Coal City Review. Kansas Poems is his eighth, and newest, poetry collection.
Ruth Maus, a native of Topeka, KS, has pursued a love of learning around the world, with languages, curiosity, and an appreciation for all beings a constant thread. She is the author of the 2019 Birdy finalist book, Valentine and Puzzled (Meadowlark Press 2022).