Sept/Oct 2020 • Vol. XLII No. 5 Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize |

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Runner-up2020 Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers Passing. I am               smudged—skin color on White canvases          stretched          over headlights. A black mom                                                            /                                            &nbs

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Eric Gottlieb is a student at Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, California. He was awarded commendation at the Princeton/Oxford John Locke Institute 2019 essay competition in philosophy. He travels throughout the year across the US in Lincoln-Douglas debate. He won the 2020 Arizona state debate tournament and placed sixth at the 2019 California state tournament. He is currently working on a history paper for the Concord Review.

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