Tim Greenup's manuscript Crisis Mode has been selected as the winner of the 2022 Burnside Review Chapbook Contest. Look for Crisis Mode in 2023!

Winner:

Tim Greenup, Crisis Mode

Finalists:

  • Jackie Clark, To Surrender
  • Dennis Etzel, Jr., Fourteeners for Two Mothers
  • SM Stubbs, Apokalypsis
  • Moskoula Harisiadis, (Untitled)
  • Connor Fisher, The Anointed Botanists of Morning
  • Janice Northerns, Tongues of Men and Angels
  • Chrissy Martin, Ditch Daisies
  • Justin Rigamonti, Songbird Disorder
  • Rachel Abramowitz, Flea with Martyrdom
  • Patrick Dundon, Matthew
I Won’t Begin Again

Sommer Browning has selected Nathaniel Rosenthalis’s manuscript I Won’t Begin Again as the winner of the 2021 Burnside Review Press Book Award. Look for I Won’t Begin Again in 2023!

Winner:

Nathaniel Rosenthalis, I Won’t Begin Again

Runners-up:

Megin Jimenez, Escape Plan

Suzanne Wise, Archive of Silence and Noise

Finalists:

  • Nicole Callihan, Of Many Rooms
  • Emily Carr, The Stork Rides Shotgun & other statistically significant poems
  • Michael Chang, Synthetic Jungle
  • Adam Day, Whip the Sea
  • Henrietta Goodman, Antillia
  • Jeffrey Hecker, I Love a Nun
  • Michael Leong, Transmitting the Vertical Immensity of Coniferous Light
  • Daniel Moysaenko, Seasons of Dust
  • Christina Olson, The Anxiety Workbook
  • Susan Parr, Devera
  • Jared Stanley, So Tough
  • Lindsey Webb, Plat
I Won’t Begin Again

Ari Banias has selected Haines Whitacre's manuscript Haptic Verse: In Imaging Vessels as the winner of the 2021 Burnside Review Chapbook Contest. Look for Haptic Verse in 2022!

Winner:

Haines Whitacre, Haptic Verse: In Imaging Vessels

Runner-up:

Lucía Orellana Damacela, Partitions

Finalists:

  • Zoë Fay-Stindt, Bird Body
  • Andre Wilson, Trailhead
  • Michael Chang, 50% Love 50% Rage
  • Susan Terris, Fractured Alphabet of the Unknown
  • Jack Jung, Interregnum
  • BJ Soloy, HIM
  • Elsbeth Pancrazi, The Feelings, The Garden, Work Life & The Remnants
  • Benjamin Grossberg, As Are Right Fit
Haptic Verse: In Imaging Vessels

Jennifer Chang has selected Meghan Maguire Dahn’s manuscript Domain as the winner of the 2020 Burnside Review Press Book Award. Look for Domain in 2022!

Winner:

Meghan Maguire Dahn, Domain

Runner-up:

Mark Faunlagui, Majnun

Finalists:

  • Susan Parr, Devera
  • Danielle Blau, Peep
  • Vanessa Couto Johnson, pH of Au
  • Nicole Callihan, Of Many Rooms
  • Matthew Broaddus, Two Bolts
  • Sophie Klahr, Two Open Doors in a Field
  • Michael Chang, Sean * Lennon
  • Rennie Ament, Mechanical Bull
  • Alison Powell, Boats in the Attic
  • Triin Paja, For Every Shadow
Domain

Lara Glenum has selected Jonathan Andrew Pérez's manuscript The Divining: Dark Was the Night of Justice as the winner of the 2020 Burnside Review Chapbook Contest. Look for The Divining in 2021!

Runner-up:

Michael Chang, (( big shot manifesto ))

Finalists:

  • Emily Tristan Jones, Greensleeves
  • Madison McCartha, from The Cryptodrone Sequence
  • M.G. Moscato, Lovesick / Problems
  • Chessy Normille, Hermitude
  • Kathleen Heil, Welcome to the Situation
  • Lisa Lewis, The Borrowing Days
  • Jean-Paul Pecqueur, The Darketypes
  • Jan LaPerle, I Asked the Ocean But the Ocean Didn’t Know
The Divining

Darcie Dennigan has selected Angelo Mao’s manuscript Abattoir as the winner of the 2019 Burnside Review Press Book Award. Look for Abattoir in 2021!

Runner-up:

Joanne Dominique Dwyer, Hero Hallucination

Finalists:

  • JoAnna Novak, New Life
  • Kimberly Lambright, Doom Glove
  • Michael Chang, The Mystery Files of Michael Pulichino: A Chapbook Made with Love
  • MC Hyland, A Book of Borrowed Light
  • Patrick Dundon, Brick, Salt, Cake, Flesh
  • Suzanne Wise, Selected Notes on Silence and Noise
  • Cheryl Clark Vermeulen, They Can Take It Out
  • Alice Pettway, Dawn Chorus
Abattoir