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Oregon State Poetry Society Spring Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, February 8, 2019
Oregon State Poetry Society Spring Contest

1) Poet’s Choice: Limit 80 lines, any subject, any form. Judge: John Sibley Williams. 2) Members Only: Limit 20 lines, any subject, any form. Entrant must be a current OPA member. Judge: José Angel Araguz. 3) New Poets: Limit 30 lines, any subject, any form. A new poet is someone with no more than two poems published in online or print journals. Self-published work is not considered published in this context. Judge: Stella Beratlis. 4) Traditional Form—Ghazal: 10–40 lines, ghazal form, any subject. Judge: Kathleen McClung. 5) Theme—Climate: Limit 40 lines, any form, on the subject of “climate.” Judge: Nancy Carol Moody.

Awards: Poet’s Choice: 1st $100; 2nd $50; 3rd $30; 3 HMs.
All other categories: 1st $50; 2nd $30; 3rd $20; 3 HMs.

All 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place poems will be published on the OPA website and in the annual anthology of prizewinners, Verseweavers.

Entry Fee: OPA Members—Flat rate of $8 for up to five poems (limit of one poem per category).
Non-members— Flat rate of $15 for up to four poems (limit of one poem per category).

Deadline: Submitted electronically or postmarked by March 1, 2019midnight PDT.



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Oregon State Poetry Society Spring Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, February 8, 2019
Oregon State Poetry Society Spring Contest

1) Poet’s Choice: Limit 80 lines, any subject, any form. Judge: John Sibley Williams. 2) Members Only: Limit 20 lines, any subject, any form. Entrant must be a current OPA member. Judge: José Angel Araguz. 3) New Poets: Limit 30 lines, any subject, any form. A new poet is someone with no more than two poems published in online or print journals. Self-published work is not considered published in this context. Judge: Stella Beratlis. 4) Traditional Form—Ghazal: 10–40 lines, ghazal form, any subject. Judge: Kathleen McClung. 5) Theme—Climate: Limit 40 lines, any form, on the subject of “climate.” Judge: Nancy Carol Moody.

Awards: Poet’s Choice: 1st $100; 2nd $50; 3rd $30; 3 HMs.
All other categories: 1st $50; 2nd $30; 3rd $20; 3 HMs.

All 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place poems will be published on the OPA website and in the annual anthology of prizewinners, Verseweavers.

Entry Fee: OPA Members—Flat rate of $8 for up to five poems (limit of one poem per category).
Non-members— Flat rate of $15 for up to four poems (limit of one poem per category).

Deadline: Submitted electronically or postmarked by March 1, 2019midnight PDT.



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