The Winter Anthology’s annual contest is currently closed, to reopen in the Autumn of 2018.
The winner of the 2017 Winter Anthology Contest is Laton Carter for his poem “The Starling” selected by Dan Beachy-Quick
2016, judged by Donna Stonecipher: “Fred W. Loring and His Mule, ‘Evil Merodach’ 48 Hours Before Death,” by J. Bowers
2015, judged by Richard Kenney: Julie Gonnering Lein, for her poem “Rime in the Screen.”
2014, judged by Srikanth Reddy: Meg Matich, for her poem “Cantilevered Star,” and Andrew Seguin, for his poem “Last Visit to Chalon.”
2013, judged by Andrew Zawacki: Robert Shuster for his story “A Solution to the Barber Paradox.”
2012, judged by Cole Swensen: Steven Toussaint for selections from his long poem “Fiddlehead”: “the sentient flies,” “and woke in a flood,” and “the sapphirous eye of transits.”
2011, judged by Lisa Russ Spaar: Lillian-Yvonne Bertram for “With a Candle for a Head.”