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The Zero Bone Poetry Prize

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, January 29, 2015
The Zero Bone Poetry Prize
 
Port Yonder Press is pleased to announce its Second Annual Zero Bone Poetry Prize Contest.
 
Named in honor of the distinguished American poet Emily Dickinson, the competition welcomes submissions of unpublished, original poems. This competition is open to all poets – those with or without previous publishing credits and from anywhere in the world. (Winners outside the U.S. will need a Paypal account to receive their award.)  Winning manuscripts will reflect the thoughtful humanity and careful craftsmanship of Emily Dickinson's poetry, though not necessarily her style. Nature themes are especially welcome as are all styles of poems such as villanelle, sonnet, confessional poetry, haiku, prose, ode, elegy, sestina, Fibonnaci, abstract, etc. All genres except erotica.
 
In keeping with our mission to provide strong emotive literature to a broad audience, please focus on artistry sans graphic depictions of gore, sexuality, and foul language. Any such must be judiciously and expertly used.
 
$200 First Prize
$100 Second Prize
$50 Third Prize
 
Next reading Period: December 1, 2014- February 28, 2015 (submissions received by post after deadline will be returned without being opened - NO EMAIL SUBMISSIONS)
 
Reading Fee: $2 per poem. Submit up to 5 poems.
 



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The Zero Bone Poetry Prize

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, January 29, 2015
The Zero Bone Poetry Prize
 
Port Yonder Press is pleased to announce its Second Annual Zero Bone Poetry Prize Contest.
 
Named in honor of the distinguished American poet Emily Dickinson, the competition welcomes submissions of unpublished, original poems. This competition is open to all poets – those with or without previous publishing credits and from anywhere in the world. (Winners outside the U.S. will need a Paypal account to receive their award.)  Winning manuscripts will reflect the thoughtful humanity and careful craftsmanship of Emily Dickinson's poetry, though not necessarily her style. Nature themes are especially welcome as are all styles of poems such as villanelle, sonnet, confessional poetry, haiku, prose, ode, elegy, sestina, Fibonnaci, abstract, etc. All genres except erotica.
 
In keeping with our mission to provide strong emotive literature to a broad audience, please focus on artistry sans graphic depictions of gore, sexuality, and foul language. Any such must be judiciously and expertly used.
 
$200 First Prize
$100 Second Prize
$50 Third Prize
 
Next reading Period: December 1, 2014- February 28, 2015 (submissions received by post after deadline will be returned without being opened - NO EMAIL SUBMISSIONS)
 
Reading Fee: $2 per poem. Submit up to 5 poems.
 



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