Michael Rodman Wins the 2019 Gival Press Oscar Wilde Award
Gival Press is pleased to announce that Michael Rodman of Milford, New Hampshire has won the 18th Annual Oscar Wilde Award 2019 for his poem titled Document (Undocumented). Kailee Pedersen last year’s winner served as the judge, who read the entrees anonymously.
Michael Rodman received a cash prize of $100.00 and his poem is published at Gival Press websites.
Click on the link: Document (Undocument)
About the Author Michael Rodman’s writing has appeared in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Defenestration, MAD magazine, SPY magazine, Oddfellow magazine, Talking River Review, and elsewhere. His work has been adapted and presented onstage by Lively Productions in New York City. A native of Metro Detroit, he lives in New Hampshire.
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