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2015 National Senior Poet Laureate Poetry Competition

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, June 15, 2015
2015 National Senior Poet Laureate Poetry Competition
 
Published and unpublished poems considered
Deadline: June 30, 2015
No limit to number of entries.
 
A literary contest open to all American poets age 50 and older who are U.S. Citizens regardless of where they are in the world. The 2015 SPL Contest mirrors the original 1994 SPL Contest, but with a bonus Native American category (Native American heritage is not required, but writing in the spirit of Great Spirit is necessary). Entries will be accepted between January 1 and June 30, 2015. Entries may be submitted via U. S. Mail, or by e-mail.
 
Awards: All poems will be read; based on judges’ scores, the top ten poems in each category will compete for: 
                National Senior Poet Laureate (Best Overall Poem, $350, and Certificate);  
                National Senior Poet Honor Scroll Award (Runner-Up: $100 and Certificate);
                Native American Senior Poet Honor Scroll Award (Runner-Up: $100 and Certificate);
                additional awards determined by the 2015 contest board.
 
Entry Fees:  $5 for first poem; $3 each for second and all subsequent poems. 40-lines maximum per poem entry. All e-mail and paper submissions must be received by: 6/30/15.




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2015 National Senior Poet Laureate Poetry Competition

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, June 15, 2015
2015 National Senior Poet Laureate Poetry Competition
 
Published and unpublished poems considered
Deadline: June 30, 2015
No limit to number of entries.
 
A literary contest open to all American poets age 50 and older who are U.S. Citizens regardless of where they are in the world. The 2015 SPL Contest mirrors the original 1994 SPL Contest, but with a bonus Native American category (Native American heritage is not required, but writing in the spirit of Great Spirit is necessary). Entries will be accepted between January 1 and June 30, 2015. Entries may be submitted via U. S. Mail, or by e-mail.
 
Awards: All poems will be read; based on judges’ scores, the top ten poems in each category will compete for: 
                National Senior Poet Laureate (Best Overall Poem, $350, and Certificate);  
                National Senior Poet Honor Scroll Award (Runner-Up: $100 and Certificate);
                Native American Senior Poet Honor Scroll Award (Runner-Up: $100 and Certificate);
                additional awards determined by the 2015 contest board.
 
Entry Fees:  $5 for first poem; $3 each for second and all subsequent poems. 40-lines maximum per poem entry. All e-mail and paper submissions must be received by: 6/30/15.




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