The First Annual Anglican Theological Review Poetry Prize

The Anglican Theological Review Poetry Prize competition is open to emerging poets: that is, poets who have not yet published a full-length book of poetry or in any other literary genre. Poets whose work has appeared in chapbook form and/or in journals are eligible. Contestants should submit one unpublished poem, in any form, but not to exceed 64 lines. There is no specific theme, although writers who are familiar with the poetry published in the ATR will see a preference for work that reflects an incarnate sense of the sacred. Submissions to the contest should be made between November 1, 2012, and March 1, 2013. Both electronic and regular mail submissions are welcome, and there is no entry fee. The winning poet will receive $500 and publication of his/her work in ATR's Summer 2013 issue. For complete guidelines, please visit the website. You may address any questions to Jackie Winter, Managing Editor.

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