mk sukach


Author's Bio

M. K. Sukach is the author of Hypothetically Speaking, Something Impossible Happens, and Impression of a Life. His poetry and reviews appear in a number of journals to include BlazeVox, Sharkpack Poetry Review, The Journal, Connotation Press, Spoon River Poetry Review, Construction Magazine, Yemassee, and others. He is a retired Air Force officer and currently lives in Nevada with his wife, Chris, and dog, Scribble. Closer look:

Publications & Prizes

The Great American Poetry Show Vol 3 (Great American Poetry Show, 2014)
Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors (Southeast Missouri State University Press, 2012)
Hypothetically Speaking (Encircle Publications, 2016)
Impression of a Life (Corrupt Press, 2014)
Something Impossible Happens (Big Wonderful Press, 2014)
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Spoon River Poetry Review
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Switched-On Gutenberg
The Bicycle Review
The Indianola Review
The Laughing Dog
The Legendary
The Poetry Storehouse
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Yellow Chair Review
Prizes won: 
  • Pushcart Prize Nominee, War, Literature, and the Arts, 2016.
  • Pushcart Prize Nominee, Encircle Press, 2016.
  • 2016 Encircle Publications Annual Chapbook Contest Winner for Hypothetically Speaking.
  • Honorable Mention in New Millennium Writings for “Quantum Entanglement.” 2014.
  • Semi-finalist for poetry in New Millennium Writings. “Neighbors.” 2013.
  • Semi-finalist for fiction in New Millennium Writings. “Boxing Anderson.” 2013.
  • Honorable Mention, Spoon River Poetry Review’s Editors’ Contest for “A Found Pastoral.” 2013.
  • Runner up in Annual Pocataligo Poetry Prize for “Unintended Metaphors,” Yemassee, 2013.
  • Finalist, Sow's Ear Poetry Competition for "Invocation." 2013.

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Hebron, CT
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Last update: Nov 29, 2018