Last Chance: Annual Awards and Chapbook FellowshipsDeadline: December 22nd
Annual Awards judges include:
Gabrielle Calvocoressi, Cate Marvin, Alice Notley, Kevin Prufer,
Patricia Smith, Brian Teare, David Wagoner, and Carolyne Wright
Thomas Sayers Ellis, Nick Flynn, Mary Ruefle, and John Yau
Each year from October to December, the Poetry Society invites
submissions to awards for poets at all stages of their careers,
from a high school student prize, to our Chapbook Fellowships
or four poets who have not yet published a full-length collection,
to our first book contest, and our award for a poet over forty who
has published no more than one book.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Posted by Nancy Simpson at 1:27 PM
Monday, December 3, 2012
NOW - SEND YOUR POEMS TO A MAGAZINE, AN ON-LINE MAGAZINE TOO, SUBMIT TO POETRY CONTEST,SUBMIT YOUR POEMS TO A POETRY CHAPBOOK CONTEST.
Iodine Poetry Journal is seeking quality poetry, no longer than 40 lines, publishes semiannually in Spring and Fall. Only unpublished work, No simultaneous submissions, send 3-5 poems, We do not publish form, but will consider pantoum and villanelle, Details: no on line submissions, Details: www.iodinepoetryjournal.com/
Cream City Review Fiction Contest
Dec 31, 2012 Reading Fee $15.00 Prize is $1000.00 and publication, 20page max
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Dept. of English, POBox 413 Milwaukee, WI 53201
guidelines at http://www.creamcityreview.org
also poetry contest Dec.31. 2012, fee $15.00 $1000.00 plus publication, send 3-5 poems
Wild Goose Poetry Review is a quarterly online journal of poetry, reviews, and poetry-related news, edited by Scott Owens, and located in NC. Submit 3-5 unpublished poems typed in the body of your email, preferably in Times New Roman 12 pitch toScott Owens (email@example.com). No simultaneous submissions, please. Our response time is usually less than one month.
Submit no more than once per reading period. Author retains all rights. There is currently no compensation for published poems. Looking for good contemporary poetry. No particular biases. Enjoy humor, strong imagery, strong lines, narrative, lyric, etc. Not a fan of abstraction, cliche, form for the sake of form, shock for the sake of shock. As in any good poem, everything should be purposeful. If accepted, I will request a 100-word maximum comment on each poem. Choosing not to submit a comment will not alter the acceptance decision.
Poetry Society of America
National Chapbook Fellowships Judged by Thomas Sayers Ellis and Nick Flynn Open to any U.S. Resident who has not published a full-length poetry collection. Your entry must arrive between Oct.1, 2012 and Dec 22, 2012
Click on GUIDELINES www.poetrysociety.org
SEND TO: PSA CHAPBOOK CONTEST
Poetry Society of America
15 Gramercy Park
New York, New York 10003