Reading and Workshop Schedule

The 2019 Bill Ransom Founders Scholarship
sponsored by Tebot Bach and Centrum

Tebot Bach and Centrum are soliciting applications for the Bill Ransom Founders Scholarship with and email deadline of March 1, 2019. The winner will be announced on or before May1, 2019.

The 2019 Patricia Bibby Memorial Scholarship

Call for Submissions Forthcoming


Jordan Hartt

Premise of Light

Premise of Light
by Judith Skillman


by Donna Hilbert

Makes the Daughter-in-Law Cry

Makes the Daughter-in-Law Cry
by Danielle Mitchell

The Night We Set the Dead Kid on Fire

The Night We Set the Dead Kid on Fire
by Ephraim Scott Sommers

Bird Blind by Kelly Moffett

Bird Blind
by Kelly Moffett

This Too

This Too
by Linda Dove

Six True Things

Six True Things
by Robin Chapman

Mozart Mixed Moon

Mozart Mixed Moon
by D. A. Fernando

Pocket Full of Glass

Pocket Full of Glass
by Jackson Burgess

Habitat of Stones

Habitat of Stones
by Ezra Dan Feldman

Darkening Mirror

Darkening Mirror
by Wang Jiaxin


The Letter C
by Sandra Hoben


Bodily Knowledge
by Brenda Yates


The Cases
by Les Gottesman


by Kevin Kreiger


by Jordan Hartt


Eden and After
by Colette Tennant


Nice and Loud
by Lois Rosen


Summer Hunger

Summer Hunger
by Judith Pacht

Congratulations to Judith Pacht, author of Summer Hunger, for winning the 2011 PEN Southwest Book Award for poetry.

God, Seed

God, Seed
by Rebecca Foust
& Lorna Stevens

Congratulations to Rebecca Foust and Lorna Stevens, author and artist of God, Seed: Poetry & Art about the Natural World (Tebot Bach 2010) and to Kelli Russell Agodon, author of Letters from the Emily Dickinson Room (White Pine Press 2010) for winning this years ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Award for Poetry (both books earned Golds), see BOTYA 2010 Winners in Poetry.

God, Seed also received the Gold for the Art-General and the Poetry categories of the 2011 National Indie Excellence Award, and is currently shortlisted for the 2011 Massachusetts Book Award.

The Patricia Bibby First Book Competition Winners

2007 Swagger and Remorse by Richard Fox

2008 Polaroids by Stephen Paschall

2009 The Habit of Buenos Aires by Lorraine Healy

2010 Absence is such a Transparent House by Aby Kaupang

2011 Crucifix Blocks by Todd Fredson

2012 Inside the Splintered Wood by Myles Gordon

2013 Hover by Erin Malone

2014 We Were the People Who Moved by David Ebanbach

2015 Habitat of Stones by Ezra Feldman

2016 The Night We Set the Dead Kid on Fire by Ephraim Scott Sommers

The Clockwise Chapbook Competition

2011 Clockwise winner:
Apostasy of the Wayless Poet by Charles Hansmann

2012 Clockwise winner:
The Cases by Les Gottesman

Tebot Bach publishes the online journals
Speechless and Southern California Poetix