The Rhysling Anthology Nominees for each year s Rhysling Awards are selected by the membership of the Science Fiction Poetry Association The Rhysling Awards are put to a final vote by the membership of the SFPA selection fr

  • Title: The 2015 Rhysling Anthology
  • Author: Rich Ristow Elizabeth R. McClellan
  • ISBN: 9781885093806
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nominees for each year s Rhysling Awards are selected by the membership of the Science Fiction Poetry Association The Rhysling Awards are put to a final vote by the membership of the SFPA selection from all nominated works, presented in the Rhysling Anthology The anthology allows the membership to easily review and consider all nominated works without the necessity of obNominees for each year s Rhysling Awards are selected by the membership of the Science Fiction Poetry Association The Rhysling Awards are put to a final vote by the membership of the SFPA selection from all nominated works, presented in the Rhysling Anthology The anthology allows the membership to easily review and consider all nominated works without the necessity of obtaining the diverse number of publications in which the nominated works first appeared.

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    About "Rich Ristow Elizabeth R. McClellan"

    1. Rich Ristow Elizabeth R. McClellan

      Lived in Germany, the UK, Belgium, Bermuda, The Netherlands, West Virginia, North Carolina, and, presently, New Jersey MFA in Poetry from UNC Wilmington Won a 2007 Rhysling Award from the Science Fiction Poetry Association Into The Cruel Sea Skullvines, 2008 is my first bit of horror fiction.

    420 thoughts on “The 2015 Rhysling Anthology”

    1. Includes my poem "Dragon to Centauri." I read the whole anthology and voted for my Rhysling choices. Really, really impressive poems.


    2. [Full disclosure: I have a poem in this anthology. I won’t be discussing it here.] This year’s Rhysling Anthology (which serves as an awards voting tool for members of the Science Fiction Poetry Association) seems particularly strong. Offering nearly 160 pp. of speculative poetry in short (under 50 lines) and long (50 lines & over) form categories, it represents a good sampling of current styles, themes, and trends in this genre. I found less emphasis on fairy tales and myths this year [...]


    3. I think there's a lot of really good poetry in this year's Rhysling Anthology. There are a few that I wonder why they were nominated, but then, to each her own, right? If you want a good sampling of what Speculative Poetry has to offer, this is it!



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