(4/11/2014 2:13:00 AM)
Late Night Library
Deadline: April 30,2014
Entry Fee: $28
E-mail address: LNL@latenightlibrary.org
Two prizes of $1,000 each are given annually for a book of poetry and a book of fiction published in the previous year. The winners will also be featured on the Late Night Library podcast series. Authors, agents, or publishers may submit two copies of a book published in North America in 2013 with a $28 entry fee by April 30. E-mail or visit the website for complete guidelines.
Late Night Library, Debut-litzer Prizes,7503 SE Woodstock Boulevard, Portland, OR 97206. Paul Martone, Contact.
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Poetry on the Lake International
Closing date: 28th April,2014.
Prizes: €500, €200, best sonnet €100 Entry fee: £6 or €1 0 per poem (£15 for three, then (5) , add £2 or €3 per poem by email.
For poetry up to 50 lines, on theme 'weather'.
(4/11/2014 2:12:00 AM)
Red Shed Open Poetry Competition
Closing date: 25th April,2014.
Prizes: £100, £50, £25 Wakefield prize.
Entry fee: £3, £2 each subsequent.
For poems up to 50 lines.
(4/10/2014 1:32:00 AM)
Lichfield Poets Open Poetry Competition
Closing date: 17th April,2014.
Prizes: £100, £50, £25.
Entry fee: £3,4 poems for £10.
Poems up to 30 lines.
(4/10/2014 1:31:00 AM)
Poets & Players Competition
Closing date: 16th April,2014.
Prizes: £400, £200, £100.
Entry fee: £3, £10 for four.
Poems up to 40 lines
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Deddington Festival Writing Competition
Closing date: 14th April,2014.
Prizes: £100, £50, £25 in each category
Entry fee: £3.
Fiction up to 1,000 words; poetry 100 words
email: firstname.lastname@example.org. u k
(4/10/2014 1:25:00 AM)
The Brownsville Herald Poetry Contest
The Brownsville Herald is celebrating National Poetry Month* with a poetry contest. Anyone 18 or older who lives in The Herald circulation area may enter.
• Each individual may submit one original poem (English or Spanish) that has not been previously published or has not previously won an award or prize. Poems can be illustrated, but that is not required.
• Poets may write on any topic that is suitable for a general audience. Poems must be no more than 30 lines and can be in any style. Poems mailed or dropped off at The Herald office must be typed in plain typeface.
• Poems will be judged on creativity, artistic quality, and previously-stated guidelines. Any poem that does not follow the guidelines will be disqualified.
• Poems will not be returned. Please keep a copy for yourself.
The deadline for entries is 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16th and winning poems will be announced with publication on Sunday, April 27th. There will be first, second, and Third prizes awarded.
More information and submission form: http://brownsville.upickem.net/engine/Welcome.aspx?contestid=125604
(4/10/2014 1:22:00 AM)
The First New York State Poetry Unites Contest
After a successful six-year run in Europe, the Poetry Unites contest, inspired by Robert Pinsky’s Favorite Poem Project, is coming to New York State.
Marie Howe, the New York State Poet Laureate, and Corinne Evens, a philanthropist, in co-ordination with the Academy of American Poets, the New York State Writers Institute and the New York State Office of Cultural Education, are pleased to announce a contest for the best short essay about a favorite poem. The contest is open to all New York State residents.
Write an essay no longer than 600 words in addition to the text of the poem. Attach the text of the poem with the title and the name of the poet. The poem must be written by a poet other than the author of the essay.
Include a mailing address or an e-mail address as well as your name in the essay.
Send essays to email@example.com, before or on April 15th 2014.
Four winners will be selected by The Jury, headed by Marie Howe.
Results will be announced in the beginning of May 2014.
Films will be produced between May 15th and September 15th,2014.
The closing event of the contest, with the screening of the films about the winners, will take place in October 2014 in New York City during Poets Forum organized by the Academy of American Poets. All winners will be invited to the event.
By entering, participants agree to be featured in a film profile produced by Ewa Zadrzynska
More information: http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/23840
(4/10/2014 1:19:00 AM)
Mesa County Libraries
April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, we’re doing another Poetry Contest! We encourage those 18+ to submit an original poem by April 19th,2014. The top three poems will be awarded prizes and will be featured on our website during the month of May.
Poems can only be submitted online using the form below. No poems will be accepted in person, in any format, at any library branch.
Poems must be the original, previously unpublished work of the submitter.
Length of poems cannot exceed 40 lines.
Poems must be suitable for a general audience, e.g. no profanity, vulgarity, etc.
There is a limit of 2 poems per entrant, up to 40 lines each. Please use a separate form for each entry.
Contest is open to Mesa County Libraries cardholders 18+.
Deadline for entries is Saturday, April 19th at 6pm.
By submitting a poem, you agree to let Mesa County Libraries use your poem on our website. The copyright is retained by the author.
Poems will be judged on originality, creativity, grammar, artistic quality and adherence to the length limit of 40 lines. The decision of the judge is final.
Names will be taken off each submission when judging to ensure impartiality.
Staff of Mesa County Libraries are not eligible for entry.
Prizes: the top three poets will receive a $10, $15 or $20 gift card to Downtown Grand Junction.
The contest will be judged by Dr. Randy Phillis, professor of English at CMU, and author of the poetry collections: A Man Explains His Posture and Kismet, Colorado.
Please call 970-243-4442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
More information: http://mesacountylibraries.org/poetry-contest/
(4/9/2014 1:35:00 AM)
Arrowhead Regional Arts Council
Fellowships and Grants
Deadline: April 25,2014
E-mail address: email@example.com
Individual Artist Fellowships of $5,000 are given annually to Minnesota writers, and Career Development Grants of up to $3,000 are given twice a year to Minnesota writers to pursue a specific arts opportunity. Poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers who are U.S. citizens, at least 18 years of age, and have lived in Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake, or St. Louis counties in northeastern Minnesota for at least six months are eligible. Students enrolled full-time in a degree-granting program are ineligible for the Individual Artist Fellowships; students enrolled full-time in a degree-granting program related to the arts are ineligible for the Career Development Grants. For both awards, submit up to 15 pages of poetry or prose, a description of the work sample, an application, a project description of up to three pages, and a résumé of up to two pages by April 25. There is no entry fee. Call, e-mail, or visit the website for the required entry form and complete guidelines.
Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, Fellowships and Grants, Marshall Professional Building,1301 Rice Lake Road, Suite 120, Duluth, MN 55811. (800) 569-8134. Robert DeArmond, Executive Director.