2020 Loraine Williams Poetry Prize Winners

The Winter 2020 issue of The Georgia Review features the winner and three finalists of the 2020 Loraine Williams Prize.

Winner
“Transcript of My Mother’s Sleeptalk: Chincoteague” by Hannah Perrin King

Finalists
“far past the beginning and quite close to the end” by Bernard Ferguson
“Father’s Day: Looking West” by David Landon
“Surrounded by Peach Trees, President Clinton Speaks to My Fourth Grade Class” by Juan Luis Guzmán

The winning poem was selected by Ilya Kaminsky, and all three poems can also be found online.

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