2011 Contest Winner Announcement

Zachary DonischIn early August, The Found Poetry Review debuted its first annual found poetry contest, where poets were tasked with coming up with a found poem from Elsie Lincoln Benedict’s “How to Analyze People on Sight.”  We received many innovative submissions from writers around the country, and we extend our thanks to everyone who took the time to submit.

After careful consideration of all entries, we are pleased to name Zach Donisch as the winner of this year’s contest with his poem, “The Human Heart.” Born in Wheeling, IL,  Zach is currently a senior majoring in creative writing at DePauw University. In his free time, he enjoys cycling, reading, and composing music

Zach will receive the $100 prize for his work, and have his poem published in the Fall 2011 edition of The Found Poetry Review in October.

Congratulations, Zach!

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