Congratulations to the fifty emerging poets selected by Mary Szybist for inclusion in Best New Poets 2016! We’re pleased to share that Moriah Cohen‘s poem “Snow Downgraded to Nuisance on the Narrow Street,” originally published in the Winter 2016 Issue of The Adroit Journal, made the list.
Other than in The Adroit Journal, Moriah Cohen’s poetry has been published in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Hoot: A Mini Literary Magazine on a Postcard, Word Riot, Baltimore Review, and Narrative, where she took runner-up in their 30 Below Contest in 2013. She has an MFA from Rutgers University’s Newark Campus. Currently, she lives in New Jersey with her two sons.
We’re cheering (loudly) for all sixteen Adroit writers selected for Best New Poets 2016:
“In Which I Become (Tiger Lily)”
“To the Fingerless Man in Banff”
“Snow Downgraded to Nuisance on the Narrow Street”
Jesse De Angelis
“Vigil Hemming In”
Patrick James Errington
“Poem around Which Everything is Structured”
Founder & Editor-in-Chief
“Poem Ending with Infinity on the Glass”
Last year, ten Adroit writers were selected for inclusion, including Ian Burnette for his Adroit poem “Harvests.” To view this year’s full list, visit the Best New Poets website here.