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Georgia Poetry Society

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 17, 2020
Georgia Poetry Society      
 
The Georgia Poetry Society conducts contests in the fall of each year, with a November 15 postmark deadline for all entries. In addition to earning cash prizes, the top three poems in each contest may be published in The Reach of Song, the annual GPS poetry anthology. On the website is a list of the contests. Please click the links for descriptions of the contests, along with contest-specific requirements such as form and number of lines. The general rules, such as the format required for all entries, are provided on the web site.

The Byron Herbert Reece International Poetry Award.  Honoring Byron Herbert Reece, whose north Georgia upbringing informed five volumes of poetry on themes of nature and the Bible. This competition is open to GPS members and non-members and will include a first prize of $500, second prize of $250, and a third prize of $100. Two HM certificates will be awarded. Length and form: Open. Theme: Nature. Entry fee: $25 for 3 poems. 

The Ira E. Harrison Social Issues Poetry Award.  Honoring past GPS President Ira Harrison, author of Poetry and Prevention; B.A.A.D. Beautiful African-American Daughters: Poems of Tribute. This competition is open to GPS members and non-members and will include a first prize of $250, a second prize of $100, and a third prize of $50. Two HM certificates will be awarded.  Length and form: Open. Theme: Any contemporary American social issue. Entry fee: $10 for 3 poems. 

The Ron Self Chapbook Award.  Honoring the late GPS Past President Ron Self, author of Rich Man’s Son, Art of War, and Requiem for the Unconvinced. This competition is open to GPS members and non-members and will include a first prize of $250 and 25 copies of the winning chapbook. Only one prize is awarded. The entry fee entitles all submitters to a copy of the winning chapbook. Length and form: Open. Theme: Any. Entry fee is $25. 



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Georgia Poetry Society

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, October 17, 2020
Georgia Poetry Society      
 
The Georgia Poetry Society conducts contests in the fall of each year, with a November 15 postmark deadline for all entries. In addition to earning cash prizes, the top three poems in each contest may be published in The Reach of Song, the annual GPS poetry anthology. On the website is a list of the contests. Please click the links for descriptions of the contests, along with contest-specific requirements such as form and number of lines. The general rules, such as the format required for all entries, are provided on the web site.

The Byron Herbert Reece International Poetry Award.  Honoring Byron Herbert Reece, whose north Georgia upbringing informed five volumes of poetry on themes of nature and the Bible. This competition is open to GPS members and non-members and will include a first prize of $500, second prize of $250, and a third prize of $100. Two HM certificates will be awarded. Length and form: Open. Theme: Nature. Entry fee: $25 for 3 poems. 

The Ira E. Harrison Social Issues Poetry Award.  Honoring past GPS President Ira Harrison, author of Poetry and Prevention; B.A.A.D. Beautiful African-American Daughters: Poems of Tribute. This competition is open to GPS members and non-members and will include a first prize of $250, a second prize of $100, and a third prize of $50. Two HM certificates will be awarded.  Length and form: Open. Theme: Any contemporary American social issue. Entry fee: $10 for 3 poems. 

The Ron Self Chapbook Award.  Honoring the late GPS Past President Ron Self, author of Rich Man’s Son, Art of War, and Requiem for the Unconvinced. This competition is open to GPS members and non-members and will include a first prize of $250 and 25 copies of the winning chapbook. Only one prize is awarded. The entry fee entitles all submitters to a copy of the winning chapbook. Length and form: Open. Theme: Any. Entry fee is $25. 



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