Gerald Fleming

Judged: Poem of the Year: May 2015-Apr 2016

Gerald Fleming

Gerald Fleming

Gerald Fleming’s most recent books are One, a collection of monosyllabic prose poems from Hanging Loose Press in Brooklyn, and The Choreographer, longer prose poems from Sixteen Rivers Press in San Francisco. He edited and published the literary magazine Barnabe Mountain Review, and currently edits the limited-edition vitreous magazine One (More) Glass. He lives most of the year in the San Francisco Bay Area, part of the year in Paris.


  • January 2019 Winners

    • First Place

      How the Wind Works
      by Alison Armstrong-Webber
      The Waters

      Second Place

      Sleep Walker
      by Brenda Levy Tate
      PenShells

      Third Place

      The Woman Who Grew up in My House Finds Me on Facebook and Comes to Take a Look Around
      by Antonia Clark
      The Waters

  • December 2018 Winners

    • First Place

      Tires
      by Kenny A. Chaffin
      Babilu

      Second Place

      Scouring Pots While the World Ends
      by Elizabeth Koopman
      Wild Poetry Forum

      Third Place

      Poetry in the Cultural Revolution
      by Bob Bradshaw
      The Waters