Thursday, 12 June 2014
The Orphic Prize for Poetry book prize - Deadline October 31, 2014
The postmark deadline for entries to the 2014 Orphic Prize for Poetry is October 31, 2014 (because mail it takes 5 days from the postmark deadline for entries to arrive, the electronic deadline is November 5th, 2014). To enter, submit 48-80 paginated pages of poetry, table of contents, acknowledgments, bio, email address for results (No SASE; manuscripts will be recycled), and a $27.00 non-refundable fee for each manuscript entered. The winner is awarded $1000 and publication, plus 20 author copies. All entries will be considered for publication.All styles are welcome. Multiple submissions are acceptable. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable, but if your manuscript is accepted for publication elsewhere you must notify Dream Horse Press immediately. Fees are non-refundable. Judging will be anonymous; writers' names should not appear anywhere on the manuscript. Please include your name and biographical information in a separate cover letter. Please be sure to include your email address. The winner is chosen by the owner, J.P. Dancing Bear. Close friends, students (former or present), and relatives of the the press owner are NOT eligible for the contest; their entry fees will be refunded.
The Orphic Prize for Poetry entries may be sent, following the guidelines above, to:
Dream Horse Press
P. O. Box 2080
Aptos, California 95001-2080
Make checks payable to: Dream Horse Press
Or, you can now submit your manuscript in email, save on postage, paper, envelopes AND MONEY (reduced entry fee) by paying online here.
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