Uncanny Magazine 2020 Poetry Eligibility

Hello, Space Unicorns! Nominating for the Rhysling Award for speculative poetry is open! If you’re a SFPA member, you can nominate short and long poetry up until February 15 for the 2021 Rhysling Award. Uncanny Magazine’s eligible poems from 2020 are:

 

Short poems (1-49 lines or prose poems 0-99 words)

Who Do You Think You Are by Ada Hoffman  

The Death of the Gods by Leah Bobet  

A tenjō kudari (“ceiling hanger” yōkai) defends her theft  

Other Worlds to Save by Beth Cato  

Hungry Ghost by Millie Ho  

behind the self-help section by D.A. Xiaolin Spires  

Νόστιμον Ήμαρ by Eva Papasoulioti  

Athena Holds Up a Mirror to Strength by Ali Trotta  

Assimilation by Valerie Valdes  

ask them who is doing the haunting (a vietnamese american underwater fairytale) by T.K. Lê  

saltwashed by Jennifer Mace  

The Trouble Over by Sonya Taaffe  

fair exchange by Ewen Ma  

Fin by Terese Mason Pierre  

As if My Flesh was Summer Soil by Lora Gray  

Mourning Becomes Jocasta by Jane Yolen (paired with An Elder Resigns from the Chorus of Oedipus at Colonnus by Peter Tacy)

An Elder Resigns from the Chorus of Oedipus at Colonnus by Peter Tacy (paired with Mourning Becomes Jocasta by Jane Yolen)

Cento for Lagahoos by Brandon O’Brien  

The Automaton Falls in Love by Jennifer Crow  

Making Accommodations by Valerie Valdes  

 

Long poems (50+ lines or prose poems 500+ words)

Elegy for the Self as Villeneuve’s Belle by Brandon O’Brien  

deep sleep by Roshni Chokshi  

lagahoo culture (Part I) by Brandon O’Brien  

My Cat, He by Beth Cato  

The Body in Revolt by Rita Chen  

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