Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Poetry London Poetry Contest

Poetry London is pleased to present our third Annual Poetry Contest
$300 in prizes
The Poetry London Reading Series invites entries from all London and area poets, including emerging poets and Poetry London Workshop participants. Awards of $200 and $100 will be given to the first and second place poems respectively.
Judge: Evelyn Lau
• One poem per person
• No previously published poems, please
• Maximum length of poem – 60 lines
• Entrants’ anonymity is preserved throughout the judging; contact information should appear on a separate page as follows including your name, address, phone number and email address (if possible)
• If you are not a London resident, but have attended the Poetry London workshops, please indicate this on your submission
• If an email address is included, Poetry London will verify that the entry has been received
• Entries will not be returned
• The two winners will be invited to read their winning poems at the April 6, 2010 Poetry London reading, featuring Evelyn Lau and Julie Berry; the winners will be notified at least two weeks prior to the April 6 reading
• Mail entries to:
Poetry London Contest
c/o 38 Devonshire Avenue
London, ON N6C 2H4
or email entries in Word or Rich Text Format to poetrylondon@yahoo.ca
Deadline: entries must be postmarked by February 4, 2011

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