Golden Rose Award

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For the Rose d'Or television award in Lucerne, Switzerland see the Rose d'Or.

The Golden Rose Award, one of America’s oldest literary prizes, was inaugurated in 1919. The rose was modeled after the Gold Rose which is now in the Cluny Museum in Paris. The New England Poetry Club awards the Rose annually for American poetry.[1]

List of winners[edit]

Earl Marlatt Marshall Schact
Katherine Lee Bates Robert Frost
Joseph Auslander Nancy Byrd Turner
Robert Hillyer S. Foster Damon
Frances Frost Archibald MacLeish
Gretchen Osgood Warren Robert P. T. Coffin
John Hall Wheelock John Holmes
Leonora Speyer Kenneth Porter
David McCord Robert Francis
Amos Wilder Theodore Spencer
May Sarton David Morton
John Ciardi William Rose Benet
Richard Eberhart Richard Wilbur
Harry Elmore Hurd Harold Trowbridge Pulsifer
Frances Minturn Howard Dorothy Burnham Eaton
Samuel French Morse Norma Farber
Morris Bishop Mark Van Doren
Edwin Honig Howard Nemerov
Dudley Fitts Robert Lowell
Abbie Huston Evans Louis Untermeyer
Elizabeth Coatsworth L.E. Sissman
Allen Grossman Stanley Kunitz
Constance Carrier Charles Edward Eaton
Barbara Howes X.J. Kennedy
Robert Penn Warren Robert Fitzgerald
Maxine Kumin J.V. Cunningham
John Updike William Jay Smith
Peter Viereck James Merrill
Galway Kinnell May Swenson
Philip Levine John Hollander
Derek Walcott Donald Hall
W.S. Merwin Marge Piercy
Adrienne Rich Seamus Heaney
F.D. Reeve Frank Bidart
Czeslaw Milosz Mary Oliver
William Meredith Robert Creeley
Robert Pinsky Sharon Olds
Lawrence Ferlinghetti David Ferry
Carolyn Forché

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