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17th National Annual "Senior Poets Laureate" 2009 Poetry Competition

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, March 24, 2009 Under: Contest
A contest open to all American poets age 50 and older who are U.S. Citizens regardless of where they live or are temporarily staying throughout the world. The 2009 SPL contest is sponsored by Amy Kitchener's Angels Without Wings Foundation (a non-profit Literary Society founded by Wanda Sue Parrot on July 31, 2001), adminstered by Yvonne Nunn, Dean, Cyber-College of Online Poetry, and judged by the Bardlets of the Cyber-College of Online Poetry and other members of the Meeting The Muse section of the sponsor's foundation. One National Senior Poet Laureate Award winner will be selected from qualifying laureate-title winners at state/regional level; these laureat-level poems shall be selected from Honor Scroll nominees choses by judges in preliminary rounds. At the judges' discretion, a state or region may be represented by one Honor Scroll winner and one Senior Poet Laureate winner, or by either one or the other, with a limit of 2 possible awards given per state/region. Entries will be accepted between January 1, 2009, and June 30, 2009. You must have written and own the copyright to each poem you enter.
Published and Unpublished Poems okay. No limit to number of Poems you may enter.

AWARDS

State/Regional Senior Poets Laureate (Certificates and entry in final rounds for national award)
National Senior Poet Laureate (Best Overall Poem: $500 and Certificate)
Honor Scrolls (Certificates to be given at judge's discretion for entries that pass preliminary rounds but don't advance to the final rounds.)

Entry Fees: $3 per poem - 1 page limit per entry - (Do not include extra fee for extra copies of each submission.)

Postmark deadline: June 30, 2009

More information at: http://www.amykitchenerfdn.org/spl09.html


In : Contest 



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17th National Annual "Senior Poets Laureate" 2009 Poetry Competition

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, March 24, 2009 Under: Contest
A contest open to all American poets age 50 and older who are U.S. Citizens regardless of where they live or are temporarily staying throughout the world. The 2009 SPL contest is sponsored by Amy Kitchener's Angels Without Wings Foundation (a non-profit Literary Society founded by Wanda Sue Parrot on July 31, 2001), adminstered by Yvonne Nunn, Dean, Cyber-College of Online Poetry, and judged by the Bardlets of the Cyber-College of Online Poetry and other members of the Meeting The Muse section of the sponsor's foundation. One National Senior Poet Laureate Award winner will be selected from qualifying laureate-title winners at state/regional level; these laureat-level poems shall be selected from Honor Scroll nominees choses by judges in preliminary rounds. At the judges' discretion, a state or region may be represented by one Honor Scroll winner and one Senior Poet Laureate winner, or by either one or the other, with a limit of 2 possible awards given per state/region. Entries will be accepted between January 1, 2009, and June 30, 2009. You must have written and own the copyright to each poem you enter.
Published and Unpublished Poems okay. No limit to number of Poems you may enter.

AWARDS

State/Regional Senior Poets Laureate (Certificates and entry in final rounds for national award)
National Senior Poet Laureate (Best Overall Poem: $500 and Certificate)
Honor Scrolls (Certificates to be given at judge's discretion for entries that pass preliminary rounds but don't advance to the final rounds.)

Entry Fees: $3 per poem - 1 page limit per entry - (Do not include extra fee for extra copies of each submission.)

Postmark deadline: June 30, 2009

More information at: http://www.amykitchenerfdn.org/spl09.html


In : Contest 



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