Annual Oberon Poetry Prize
A literary journal published by the Oberon Foundation, a nonprofit arts organization on Long Island,
is judged anonymously and is given for an unpublished poem in any style.
Mindy Kronenberg, Editor
Mindy Kronenberg is an award winning writer whose poetry, essays and reviews have appeared in hundreds of publications in print and online, the US and abroad. Her writing accolades include film, video, theater, and her work has been featured in art installations. She teaches writing, literature, and arts courses at SUNY Empire College and has conducted workshops in the community through Poets&Writers, BOCES, and the Walt Whitman Birthplace.
Jackie Raven, In memory
Jackie Raven was a dancer, a lyricist and a poet. She was one of the first members of the Oberon Foundation and the creator of its magazine. Jackie died of breast cancer in 2001 and we celebrate her life by publishing this annual collection of contemporary poetry. We miss her radiance, her wit and her spunk, and we still cherish and are inspired by her poems. The Japanese say: nakutezo hitowa koishi-karireru - with time her absence is felt more." - Ludmila Melchior-Yahil
George Booth, cartoonist
Best known for his funny and original cartoons in THE NEW YORKER, has generously
gifted Oberon Foundation several drawings for use in the magazine including our logo.
Check out his movie coming soon