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    The Well Workshop International Poetry Prize 2008 $500.00 Prize Winner & Three Finalists Guidelines • Prize: The winner will receive $500.00 USD. Winner &
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      The Well Workshop International Poetry Prize 2008

      $500.00 Prize Winner & Three Finalists


      • Prize: The winner will receive $500.00 USD. Winner & finalists'
      poems will be published on The Well Workshop website by July 1st,

      • Poems: may be in any style or form, must be original, previously
      unpublished, and not under consideration elsewhere (up to 3 poems per

      • Non-winning entries: will not be returned (no need to send s.a.s.e.).

      • In-Hand Deadline: June 1, 2008.

      • All entries must include:

      1. Cover sheet with name, email, address and poem title(s),

      2. Anonymous entry (one poem per page),

      3. $15.00 USD entry fee.

      • Electronic entries: send poem attachment to thewellworkshop(at)gmail.com (replace (at) with @)
      send entry fee safely and securely to thewellworkshop(at)gmail.com (replace (at) with @)
      via www.paypal.com (for directions, see web
      address below)

      • Snail mail entries: send poem(s) with $15.00 USD entry fee check or
      money order payable to "Adam Fitzgerald, Director" (Poetry Prize in
      the memo section). Send entry to:

      The Well Workshop Poetry Prize

      C/o Adam Fitzgerald, Well Workshop Director

      120 Brainerd Road

      Allston, MA 02134

      Judge: Paul Mariani

      Paul Mariani earned his bachelor's degree from Manhattan College, a
      Master's from Colgate University, and a Ph.D. from the City University
      of New York. Along with numerous books of prose, Mr. Mariani is the
      author of six poetry collections. His other books include William
      Carlos Williams: The Poet and His Critics (1975), The Broken Tower: A
      Life of Hart Crane (W. W. Norton, 1999); Lost Puritan: A Life of
      Robert Lowell (1994), both named New York Times Notable Books of the
      year; Dream Song: The Life of John Berryman (1990); and William Carlos
      Williams: A New World Naked (1981), which won the New Jersey Writers
      Award and was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. He is
      currently working on a biography of Gerard Manley Hopkins (Viking).
      Mr. Mariani's honors include fellowships from the Guggenheim
      Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National
      Endowment for the Humanities. He was Distinguished University
      Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where he taught
      from 1968 until 2000, and currently holds a Chair in Poetry at Boston

      For additional information about the poetry prize

      and for information about the Well Workshop in Cork, Ireland this July,

      visit http://www.thewellworkshop.com

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