New Pushcart Nominees

Congratulations to our 2019 Pushcart Prize nominees.

David Adès, He Waves Now Farewell
Joan Bauer, My Favorite Year
Joseph Farley,  Big Country
Eric Heller, What Trust Is
Hayden Saunier, My Other Lives Consider the Past
Bill Van Buskirk, Rite of Passage

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Anyone interested in learning more about what U.S.1 poets are involved in with regard to critique group meetings, readings, publishing, awards, etc. can request to have their email address added to our announcement list. Contact us at us1poets (at) gmail.com

MONTHLY READINGS AT PRINCETON PUBLIC LIBRARY

Jointly with Delaware Valley Poets, we sponsor a monthly reading series.  It usually takes place on the 2nd Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. For more information, check the calendar at the Library website. http://www.princetonlibrary.org

 

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MEMBERSHIP:

$20/year (voluntary)  Send check to: U.S.1 Poets’ Cooperative P.O. Box 127 Kingston, NJ 08528-0127. Include your name, address, telephone, and email address. Membership is for those who wish to support efforts to keep U.S.1 Worksheets as a print journal. There is no fee to submit your work to the journal and contributors’ copies are free.

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2019 Launch Party – Submissions Open for 2020

The launch for 2019 was held on March 31 at the Princeton Public Library with an enthusiastic audience packing the room. We want to thank all the poets who contributed to this issue and a special round of applause for those who were able to come and read their poems. Although we would have liked even more poets to participate, we almost met the fire capacity for that room which is the largest available in the area. Books were sent out by mid-April so if you have not received yours yet, they should be arriving shortly, except for Robert Joe Stout in Mexico and David Ades in Australia and that’s anybody’s guess. Thanks for hanging in there, guys!
 
Believe it or not, but we are now entering the submission season for 2020. New guidelines are on this site and in the current issue. We’ve shortened the submission season to June 15, so no waiting until June 29 to mail in your poems. Also if you want a single copy of this issue, you can buy it directly from Orders via Paypal. You can use Paypal or your credit card.
 
Have a wonderful summer and keep the poetry coming.
 
The Editors and Staff
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