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Rimbaud’s “Vowels” is no longer poetry’s ultimate synesthetic orgy: that honor now belongs to the entirety of Catherine Blauvelt’s debut collection, Here High Note, High Note.
“Against Naming,” was selected by Anya Silver as the winner of New South’s 2016 Writing Contest. Check out her interview with Poetry Editor Anna Sandy, and read/listen to Julia's prize-winning poem
New South is excited to announce the winners of our 2016 Writing Contest!
These days are the jars we place on high shelves in pantries like/full ripe peaches slick in orange syrup so wet that when the jar/ breaks the house smells of peaches for days after.
Mentioning the furthest back field/a horseless space, and houseless, a/field above the aisles of daffodils in/which I once thought I’d marry—