Gbenga Adesina, Antonio Lopez, Others Win Palette Poetry Spotlight Award | ACEworld

Gbenga Adesina, Antonio Lopez, Others Wins Palette Poetry Spotlight Award | ACEworld

Palette Poetry is honored to share with everyone the winners and finalists of the Spotlight Award 2019. Gbenga Adesina, having won, will receive publication, $2000, and a unique
opportunity to have themselves profiled across a quarter-page
advertisement in Poets & Writers: bio, headshot, excerpt of work,
and contact information for solicitation.

Full details of winners:

Winners of the Spotlight Award 2019 



1stGbenga Adesina, for “Surrender” (to be published 3/28) 
2ndAntonio Lopez, for “Aullo” (to be published 3/27) 
3rdMiranda Beeson, for “There’s a Rattle, Sometimes” (to be published 3/26) 

Honorable MentionFrancisco Marquez, for “I’m not one of those who left my land” (to be published 3/25) 

The Finalists of the Spotlight Award 2019 




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Robin Myers, for “A Poem About God”
Faylita Hicks, for “The Birth Mother’s Red Bath for Courage”
Jihyun Yun, for “My Grandmother Thinks of Love while Steeping Tea”
Benjamin Garcia, for “The Language in Question”
M. Nzadi Keita, for “227. [Ask the Lonely]”
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