Michi­gan Quar­terly Re­view

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Ruchama King Feuer­man of Pas­saic, New Jer­sey, won the 39th an­nual Lawrence Foun­da­tion Prize for her story “Kill Fonzie,” which ap­peared in the Win­ter

2016 is­sue of Michi­gan Quar­terly Re­view. She re­ceived $1,000. The jour­nal’s ed­i­to­rial board judged. John Ry­bicki of Detroit won the 15th an­nual Lau­rence Gold­stein Po­etry Prize for his poem “A River Is Not a Wa­tery Rope,” which ap­peared in the Win­ter 2016 is­sue of Michi­gan Quar­terly Re­view. He re­ceived $500. Laura Ka­sis­chke judged. The an­nual awards are given for a short story and a poem pub­lished in Michi­gan Quar­terly Re­view dur­ing the pre­vi­ous year. There is no ap­pli­ca­tion process.

PAGE DAVID­SON CLAY­TON PRIZE

Eric Rivera of Philadel­phia won the eighth an­nual Page David­son Clay­ton Prize for Emerg­ing Po­ets for his poem “Smoke,” which ap­peared in the Fall 2016 is­sue of Michi­gan Quar­terly Re­view. He re­ceived $500. The ed­i­tors judged. The an­nual award is given for a poem or group of po­ems pub­lished in Michi­gan Quar­terly Re­view by a poet who has not pub­lished a book at the time of pub­li­ca­tion in the jour­nal. There is no ap­pli­ca­tion process.

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