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Daniel Blokh

Daniel Blokh is a fifteen-year-old author living in Birmingham, Alabama, where he attends the Alabama School of Fine Arts. He has written a book of creative nonfiction titled In Migration (BAM! Publishing, 2016) and a poetry chapbook called Grimmening (ELJ Publications, 2016). He has been published in DIALOGIST, Forage Poetry, the Wild Word, Thin Air Magazine, and more. He is an editor for Parallel Ink and a poetry reader for the Adroit Journal.

Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize

Nov/Dec 2017

Family Portrait with Lost Map

By Daniel Blokh

2017 Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers Runner-up   The road signs passed my eyes like fevers, settled into the wind      carrying my father’s words. He must have been […]