The Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association (SFPA) has announced the winners of the 2022 Elgin Awards, presented for the best poetry chapbook and the best full-length poetry book in the speculative genre. The Elgin Awards are named after the founder of SFPA, Suzette Haden Elgin.
- First Place: Can You Sign My Tentacle?, Brandon O’Brien (Interstellar Flight)
- Second Place: Tortured Willows: Bent. Bowed. Unbroken, Geneve Flynn, Lee Murray, Christina Sng, & Angela Yuriko Smith (Yuriko)
- Third Place: Unquiet Stars, Ann K. Schwader (Weird House)
- First Place: Field Guide to Invasive Species of Minnesota, Amelia Gorman (Interstellar Flight)
- Second Place: Tug of a Black Hole, Deborah P Kolodji (Title IX)
- Third Place: Visions at Templeglantine, John W. Sexton (Revival)
The Dwarf Stars Award for the best speculative poem of one to ten lines was previously announced.
For more information, see the SFPA website.
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