a literary journal published by the Black Earth Institute dedicated to re-forging the links between art and spirit, earth and society
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Carolyn Guinzio is the winner of 2020 The Tenth Gate Poetry Prize for her collection A Vertigo Book. Earlier collections include Spoke & Dark (Red Hen, 2012), winner of the To The Lighthouse/A Room Of Her Own Prize, How Much Of What Falls Will Be Left When It Gets To The Ground? (Tolsun, 2018) and the visual poems Ozark Crows (Spuyten-Duyvil, 2018). Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Nation, Poetry and many other journals. Her short films have appeared at Poetry Film Live, Magma, Atticus Review, and have been screened at numerous festivals including the Cadence Festival, where she was a jury award winner.