2021 Fiction Book Prize Winner

Congratulations to our fiction book prize winner, Caleb Tankersley! His collection, Sin Eaters, was selected by our judge, Julie Iromuanya, and will be published by University of Alaska Press. Julie commended the collection for its “rich, highly imagined stories [which] are deeply felt and emotionally resonant.” Definitely a book you’ll want to keep on your radar!…

2020 Contributor Books!

We’re proud to share that two Permafrost contributors published collections this year featuring work originally published in our most recent print issue, Permafrost Vol. 42.   Michael Garrigan’s Robbing the Pillars is out now through Homebound Publications. It features the poem “Cleft Lip,” originally published in Permafrost. You can buy the collection: here.       Shakira Croce’s Leave It Raw is out now…

Announcing the 2020 Poetry Book Prize Winner…

We’re proud to announce that the winner of the 2020 Permafrost Book Prize in Poetry goes to, Sara Ryan for her collection,  I Thought There Would Be More Wolves. Congratulations, Sara! Of the collection, judge, Elizabeth Bradfield said, “I Thought There Would Be More Wolves  offers a bold voice, fierce and vulnerable. I admire that while it…