Monday, 10 March 2014
Free-to-enter erbacce-prize for poetry
The annual free-to-enter erbacce-prize for poetry opened for submissions on the 1st January 2014 and will open on the 1st January every year after that.
You may submit five pages of poetry plus a snail-mail address to erbacce (at) blueyonder.co.uk
There is no entrance fee or reading fee
Past winners and runners-up include: Candie Auchterloni (Canada), Maroula Blades (Germany), Anne Blonstein (Switzerland), Brian Carlin (Glasgow), Charlotte Henson (England), Duane Locke (USA), Puma Perl (USA), Nick Power (England), Sam Smith (Cumbria), Connor Stratman (USA), Beverley Nsengiyunva (Uganda), A D Winans (USA)
First prize; a publishing contract with erbacce-press including:
Publication in perfect bound format the winner’s ‘collected works’
A dedicated sales-page at the ebracce website
A contract outlining royalties to be paid annually
Five free copies of the finished book delivered to the author
PLUS; up to three runners’ up prizes of publication with erbacce-press
More details and full terms and conditions at www.erbacce.com . Find out more about Ebracce’s unique ethos and their poetry and submissions procedure here.
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