Saturnalia Updates and News
2023 Malinda A. Markham Translation Prize Winner announced!
We are thrilled to announce the winner of the 2023 Malinda A. Markham Translation Prize:
Wherever We Float, That’s Home by Maya Tevet Dayan, translated from Hebrew by Jane Medved.
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Annual Fundraiser + Poetry Reading
Join us on Zoom for our annual fundraiser + poetry reading at 7PM, December 7th. Don’t miss your chance to hear from our Spring + Fall 2023 poets and other Saturnalia favorites. We can’t wait to see you there! Click here to sign up.
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Our winners have been announced! The winning manuscript, Along the Road Everyone Must Travel by Danielle Pafunda, was chosen for the Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize by guest judge Hoa Nguyen.
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Jimmie Cumbie has praised Jacob Sunderlin’s debut This We in the Back of the House in his review at Plume Poetry, describing the poems as “a big beating heart meeting serious craft.”
We are excited to announce that Dolore Minimo by Giovanna Christina Vivinetto, translated from Italian by Gabriella Fee and Dora Malech, has been selected for the 2023 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation Longlist. Congratulations to all those involved!