This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunities featured on this blog site have been collected by Sally Clark. The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

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written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards




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2010 Kentucky State Poetry Society Adult Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, May 14, 2010 Under: Contest

Deadline: June 30, 2010
All poems must be the poets original work and cannot be published elsewhere or have won a cash prize. Must be titled with something other than the contest category title, unless specified. Must be typed, photocopied or computer generated, single spaced on one side of 81/2 x 11 inch white paper. USE 56 CHARACTER LINE WIDTH, INCLUDING PUNCTUATION AND SPACES LINE WIDTH. Adhere to the style, form o subject stated in the category description. If there is no statement regarding these, any style, subject and form is acceptable.

Please note:
unless stated otherwise by the sponsor and/or judge, all poems are limited to 32 lines including title and spaces between verses with a 56 character line limit in all cases.

Send: 2 clean copies of each poem. On both copies, place category number and name of category in the upper left hand corner. On 1 copy only, place your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address in upper right hand corner. Separate copies with names and without names and organize each group in numerical order. Send only 1 poem per category. Cover Sheet: name, address, phone #, e-mail, category # & name, title of poem and category #. Enclose: #10 envelope for final winners’ list.
 
CONTEST FEES: $2 EACH FOR NON-MEMBERS. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO KSPS CONTEST FUND
Winners announced Oct. 17.............awards sent by mail to winners........
 
SEND ENTRIES TO:
IRMA COOPER
1321 Bihlman Drive
Potsmouth, Ohio 45662-2305
 
CONTESTS OPEN TO NON-MEMBERS
 
#04. TUCK MATZEK MEMORIAL $100/$60/$40. Rhymed metrical poetry. Any subject and form; no religious.
 
#05. HAIKU $75/$25. Entries must follow the Haiku format exactly.
 
# 07. FOOTHILL WRITERS $75/$40/$25 Any sub., any form, 32 lines.
 
# 09. CORNISH SONNET $50/$30/$20. 14 LINES. 2 Sestet VERSES ending with a couplet of 2 refrain lines (Line 1 & 7). Rhyme scheme A,b,a,c,b,c; D,e,d,f,e,f: A,D. Iambic pentameter. All poets must begin with the line "Behold new green enchants the distant plain".
 
#14. John Engle Memorial. A Shakesperian Sonnet
 
#17. A FIVE STANZA PANTOUM $25/$15/$10 may rhyme ABAB or does not have to rhyme.
 
#29. JIM PROCTOR MEMORIAL $25/$15/$10. HAIKU sequence. Four Seasons/Nature.

In : Contest 



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2010 Kentucky State Poetry Society Adult Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, May 14, 2010 Under: Contest

Deadline: June 30, 2010
All poems must be the poets original work and cannot be published elsewhere or have won a cash prize. Must be titled with something other than the contest category title, unless specified. Must be typed, photocopied or computer generated, single spaced on one side of 81/2 x 11 inch white paper. USE 56 CHARACTER LINE WIDTH, INCLUDING PUNCTUATION AND SPACES LINE WIDTH. Adhere to the style, form o subject stated in the category description. If there is no statement regarding these, any style, subject and form is acceptable.

Please note:
unless stated otherwise by the sponsor and/or judge, all poems are limited to 32 lines including title and spaces between verses with a 56 character line limit in all cases.

Send: 2 clean copies of each poem. On both copies, place category number and name of category in the upper left hand corner. On 1 copy only, place your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address in upper right hand corner. Separate copies with names and without names and organize each group in numerical order. Send only 1 poem per category. Cover Sheet: name, address, phone #, e-mail, category # & name, title of poem and category #. Enclose: #10 envelope for final winners’ list.
 
CONTEST FEES: $2 EACH FOR NON-MEMBERS. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO KSPS CONTEST FUND
Winners announced Oct. 17.............awards sent by mail to winners........
 
SEND ENTRIES TO:
IRMA COOPER
1321 Bihlman Drive
Potsmouth, Ohio 45662-2305
 
CONTESTS OPEN TO NON-MEMBERS
 
#04. TUCK MATZEK MEMORIAL $100/$60/$40. Rhymed metrical poetry. Any subject and form; no religious.
 
#05. HAIKU $75/$25. Entries must follow the Haiku format exactly.
 
# 07. FOOTHILL WRITERS $75/$40/$25 Any sub., any form, 32 lines.
 
# 09. CORNISH SONNET $50/$30/$20. 14 LINES. 2 Sestet VERSES ending with a couplet of 2 refrain lines (Line 1 & 7). Rhyme scheme A,b,a,c,b,c; D,e,d,f,e,f: A,D. Iambic pentameter. All poets must begin with the line "Behold new green enchants the distant plain".
 
#14. John Engle Memorial. A Shakesperian Sonnet
 
#17. A FIVE STANZA PANTOUM $25/$15/$10 may rhyme ABAB or does not have to rhyme.
 
#29. JIM PROCTOR MEMORIAL $25/$15/$10. HAIKU sequence. Four Seasons/Nature.

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