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The Robert Phillips Chapbook Prize Judge Announcement!
TRP is excited to announce that Alison Pelegrin will be the final judge of the 2023 Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize.Keep reading
New Release: J.L. Conrad, Recovery
J. L. Conrad’s Recovery inhabits a dreamscape filled with fragments of conversation, remembered loved ones, and the profound disorientation that accompanies loss.Keep reading
Robert Phillips (1938-2022)
TRP would like to honor the life of Robert Phillips, who passed away on January 21, 2022.Keep reading
New Release: Marisa Tirado, Selena Didn’t Know Spanish Either
Selena Didn’t Know Spanish Either is a debut poetry collection which seeks Tejano pop star Selena Quintanilla as a means of reconnecting to the speaker’s cultural identity.Keep reading
New Release: Elisabeth Murawski, Still Life with Timex
Still Life with Timex chronicles a mother’s loss. These poems explore the unsightly aspects of grief and the survivor’s guilt of outliving a child.Keep reading
2020 Robert Phillips Chapbook Prize Winner
Congratulations to Elisabeth Murawski for winning the 2020 Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize! We look forward to publishing Still Life with Timex in Spring 2021. Established in 2001, The Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize seeks to highlight one book a year that excels in the chapbook format. Since 2019 the Prize comes with a $500…Keep reading
Weeding Out the Good Reads
My friend has a habit of reading the last page of a book, before ever looking at the first page. Another friend doesn’t judge a book by its cover, rather they glance at its spine. Yet another friend does this thing where they looks at a book’s sleeve, reads the author’s biography and pretends to…Keep reading
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