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  • crwropps@aol.com
    Discovery / Boston Review 2009 Poetry Contest http://bostonreview.net/about/contest/#Discovery Deadline: January 16, 2009. Judges: Mary Jo Bang, Terrance
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 3, 2009
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      "Discovery" / Boston Review 2009 Poetry Contest

      http://bostonreview.net/about/contest/#Discovery


      Deadline: January 16, 2009.
      Judges: Mary Jo Bang, Terrance Hayes, and Mark Strand.
      Four Prizes: $500

      Complete guidelines:
      Four winning authors will be awarded a reading at the 92nd Street Y in New York City (May 11, 2009 at 8:15pm), publication in the May/June 2009 issue of Boston Review, and $500. 
      1. The contest is open to poets who have not published a book of poems (chapbooks and self-published books included). Those who have a book contract at the time of submission or who are subsequently awarded a book contract are not eligible for the contest if their book is scheduled for publication before Fall 2009. Individual poems that have been or will be published in periodicals or anthologies may be submitted; however, at least two of the submitted poems must be unpublished and under two pages in length.
      2. Submit four identical sets of a typed ten-page manuscript. Each set is to contain the same ten pages in the same order. Include no more than one poem per page. NO personal identification should appear on any of the poems; no copyright attributions for previously published poems should appear on the poems.
      3. Photocopied manuscripts are acceptable. However, in the case of previously published poems, do not send photocopied pages of the periodical or book in which the poem(s) originally appeared.
      4. Please staple each manuscript; do not use paper clips.
      5. Enclose one cover letter inclu
      ding your name, address and day and evening telephone numbers, as well as a list of the submitted poems in the order in which they appear, with copyright attributions for published poems. Do not attach this cover letter to the manuscripts.
      6. An entry fee of US$10.00 must accompany the submission. Please make checks (drawn on U.S. banks only) or money orders (in U.S. currency only) payable to the 92nd Street Y, and attach them to your cover letter. DO NOT SEND CASH.
      7. All poems must be original and in English (no translations).
      8. No contestant may submit more than one entry. No corrections can be accepted after receipt of the contest submission.
      9. Entries must be received by January 16, 2009. This is not a postmark deadline. If you wish to receive confirmation of receipt of your manuscript, please enclose a stamped, self-addressedpostcard (not envelope) and allow several weeks for its return. Due to the large number of submission received, manuscripts cannot be returned. Winners will be contacted by telephone by the end of February; all contest entrants will be mailed the names of the winners and of the judges shortly thereafter.
      10. No phone queries can be taken. If you wish to hear a recording of the guidelines, or to receive another set of these guidelines in the mail, call 212.415.5759.

      Mail contest submissions to:
      "Discovery"/ Boston Review 2009 Poetry Contest, Unterberg Poetry Center, 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10128


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    • crwropps@aol.com
      “Discovery”/Boston Review 2010 The Joan Leiman Jacobson Poetry Prizes http://www.92y.org/content/pdf/Guidelines.pdf Now in its fifth decade, the
      Message 2 of 6 , Nov 1, 2009
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        “Discovery”/Boston Review 2010
        The Joan Leiman Jacobson Poetry Prizes
        http://www.92y.org/content/pdf/Guidelines.pdf


        Now in its fifth decade, the “Discovery” Poetry Contest, formerly “Discovery”/The Nation, is designed to attract
        large audiences to poets who have not yet published a book. For the third year, the 92nd Street Y Unterberg
        Poetry Center is proud to partner with Boston Review. Four winners are awarded a reading at the Poetry Center
        (set for Monday, May 10, 2010, at 8:15 pm), publication in Boston Review and $500 each.


        Timothy Donnelly, poetry editor at Boston Review, coordinates the contest, and three leading poets are invited to
        judge. Nick Flynn, Susan Howe and Claudia Rankine will judge in 2010. Many winners of this contest have gone
        on to distinguished careers as poets, among them Marilyn Hacker, Katha Pollitt, Mary Jo Salter and Mark Strand.


        Guidelines:


        1. The contest is open to poets who have not published a book of poems (chapbooks and self-published books
        included). Those who have a book contract at the time of submission or who are subsequently awarded a book
        contract are not eligible for the contest if their book is scheduled for publication before fall 2010. Individual
        poems that have been or will be published in periodicals or anthologies may be submitted; however, at least two
        of the submitted poems must be unpublished and under two pages in length.


        2. Submit four identical sets of a typed ten-page manuscript. Each set is to contain the same ten pages in the
        same order. Include no more than one poem per page. NO personal identification should appear on any of the
        poems; no copyright attributions for previously published poems should appear on the poems.


        3. Photocopied manuscripts are acceptable. However, in the case of previously published poems, do not send
        photocopied pages of the periodical or book in which the poem(s) originally appeared.


        4. Please staple each manuscript; do not use paper clips.


        5. Enclose ONE cover letter including your name, address and day and evening telephone numbers, as well
        as a list of the submitted poems in the order in which they appear, with copyright attributions for published
        poems. Do not attach this cover letter to the manuscripts.


        6. An entry fee of $10.00 must accompany the submission. Please make checks (drawn on U.S. banks only) or
        money orders (in U.S. currency only) payable to the 92nd Street Y, and attach them to your cover letter. DO
        NOT SEND CASH.


        7. All poems must be original and in English (no translations).


        8. No contestant may submit more than one entry. No corrections can be accepted after receipt of the contest
        submission.


        9. Entries must be received by Friday, January 15, 2010. If you wish to receive confirmation of receipt of
        your manuscript, please enclose a stamped, self-addressed postcard (not envelope) and allow several weeks for
        its return. Due to the large number of submission received, manuscripts cannot be returned. Winners will be
        contacted by telephone in early March 2010; all contest entrants will be mailed the names of the winners
        shortly thereafter.


        10. No phone queries can be taken, either to inquire about contest guidelines, the status of your entry or to
        request the names of winners. If you wish to hear a recording of the guidelines, or to receive another set of
        these guidelines in the mail, call 212.415.5759. These guidelines are also available at: www.92Y.org/Poetry.


        Mail contest submissions to:
        "Discovery"/Boston Review 2010
        Unterberg Poetry Center
        92nd Street Y
        1395 Lexington Avenue
        New York, NY 10128


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      • crwropps@aol.com
        “Discovery” / Boston Review 2010 Poetry Contest http://bostonreview.net/about/contest/ Deadline: January 15, 2010 Judges: Susan Howe, Nick Flynn and
        Message 3 of 6 , Dec 14, 2009
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          “Discovery” / Boston Review 2010 Poetry Contest
          http://bostonreview.net/about/contest/



          Deadline: January 15, 2010
          Judges: Susan Howe, Nick Flynn and Claudia Rankine
          Four Prizes: $500
          This is the third year BR has hosted the Discovery contest as publishing partner of the 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry Center. Please note that we do not administer this contest.
          Complete guidelines:
          Four winning authors will be awarded a reading at the 92nd Street Y in New York City, publication in the May/June 2010 issue of Boston Review, and $500.
          1. The contest is open to poets who have not published a book of poems (chapbooks and self-published books included). Those who have a book contract at the time of submission or who are subsequently awarded a book contract are not eligible for the contest if their book is scheduled for publication before Fall 2009. Individual poems that have been or will be published in periodicals or anthologies may be submitted; however, at least two of the submitted poems must be unpublished and under two pages in length.
          2. Submit four identical sets of a typed ten-page manuscript. Each set is to contain the same ten pages in the same order. Include no more than one poem per page. NO personal identification should appear on any of the poems; no copyright attributions for previously published poems should appear on the poems.
          3. Photocopied manuscripts are acceptable. However, in the case of previously published poems, do not send photocopied pages of the periodical or book in which the poem(s) originally appeared.
          4. Please staple each manuscript; do not use paper clips.
          5. Enclose one cover letter including your name, address and day and evening telephone numbers, as well as a list of the submitted poems in the order in which they appear, with copyright attributions for published poems. Do not attach this cover letter to the manuscripts.
          6. An entry fee of US$10.00 must accompany the submission. Please make checks (drawn on U.S. banks only) or money orders (in U.S. currency only) payable to the 92nd Street Y, and attach them to your cover letter. DO NOT SEND CASH.
          7. All poems must be original and in English (no translations).
          8. No contestant may submit more than one entry. No corrections can be accepted after receipt of the contest submission.
          9. Entries must be received by January 15, 2010. This is not a postmark deadline. If you wish to receive confirmation of receipt of your manuscript, please enclose a stamped, self-addressedpostcard (not envelope) and allow several weeks for its return. Due to the large number of submission received, manuscripts cannot be returned. Winners will be contacted by telephone by the end of February; all contest entrants will be mailed the names of the winners and of the judges shortly thereafter.
          10. No phone queries can be taken. If you wish to hear a recording of the guidelines, or to receive another set of these guidelines in the mail, call 212.415.5759.

          Mail submissions to:
          "Discovery"/ Boston Review 2009 Poetry Contest, Unterberg Poetry Center, 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10128


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        • aejos
          Discovery /Boston Review 2011 The Joan Leiman Jacobson Poetry Prizes http://www.92y.org/content/pdf/DiscoveryGuidelines.pdf Now in its fifth decade, the
          Message 4 of 6 , Dec 7, 2010
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            "Discovery"/Boston Review 2011
            The Joan Leiman Jacobson Poetry Prizes
            http://www.92y.org/content/pdf/DiscoveryGuidelines.pdf

            Now in its fifth decade, the "Discovery" Poetry Contest, formerly "Discovery"/The Nation, is designed to attract
            large audiences to poets who have not yet published a book. For the fourth year, the 92nd Street Y Unterberg
            Poetry Center is proud to partner with Boston Review. Four winners are awarded a reading at the Poetry Center
            (set for Monday, May 9, 2011, at 8:15 pm), publication in Boston Review and $500 each.
            Timothy Donnelly, poetry editor at Boston Review, coordinates the contest, and three leading poets are invited to
            judge. Cornelius Eady, Brenda Hillman and Dean Young will judge in 2011. Many winners of this contest have
            gone on to distinguished careers as poets, among them Marilyn Hacker, Katha Pollitt, Mary Jo Salter and Mark
            Strand.
            Guidelines:
            1. The contest is open to poets who have not published a book of poems (self- published chapbooks
            EXCLUDED). Those who have a book contract at the time of submission or who are subsequently awarded a
            book contract are not eligible for the contest if their book is scheduled for publication before fall 2011. Individual
            poems that have been or will be published in periodicals or anthologies may be submitted; however, at least two
            of the submitted poems must be unpublished and under two pages in length.
            2. Submit four identical sets of a typed ten-page manuscript. Each set is to contain the same ten pages in the
            same order. Include no more than one poem per page. NO personal identification should appear on any of the
            poems; no copyright attributions for previously published poems should appear on the poems.
            3. Photocopied manuscripts are acceptable. However, in the case of previously published poems, do not send
            photocopied pages of the periodical or book in which the poem(s) originally appeared.
            4. Please staple each manuscript; do not use paper clips.
            5. Enclose ONE cover letter including your name, address and day and evening telephone numbers, as well
            as a list of the submitted poems in the order in which they appear, with copyright attributions for published
            poems. Do not attach this cover letter to the manuscripts.
            6. An entry fee of $10.00 must accompany the submission. Please make checks (drawn on U.S. banks only) or
            money orders (in U.S. currency only) payable to the 92nd Street Y, and attach them to your cover letter. DO
            NOT SEND CASH.
            7. All poems must be original and in English (no translations).
            8. No contestant may submit more than one entry. No corrections can be accepted after receipt of the contest
            submission.
            9. Entries must be received by Friday, January 14, 2011. If you wish to receive confirmation of receipt of
            your manuscript, please enclose a stamped, self-addressed postcard (not envelope) and allow several weeks for
            its return. Due to the large number of submission received, manuscripts cannot be returned. Winners will be
            contacted by telephone in early March 2011; all contest entrants will be mailed the names of the winners
            shortly thereafter.
            10. No phone queries can be taken, either to inquire about contest guidelines, the status of your entry or to
            request the names of winners. If you wish to hear a recording of the guidelines, or to receive another set of
            these guidelines in the mail, call 212.415.5759. These guidelines are also available at: www.92Y.org/Discovery.
            Mail contest submissions to:
            "Discovery"/Boston Review Poetry Contest 2011
            Unterberg Poetry Center
            92nd Street Y
            1395 Lexington Avenue
            New York, NY 10128
          • aejos
            The Joan Leiman Jacobson Poetry Prizes are presented by the 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center and Boston Review. Four winners are awarded a reading at the Poetry
            Message 5 of 6 , Jan 21
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              The Joan Leiman Jacobson Poetry Prizes are presented by the 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center and Boston Review. Four winners are awarded a reading at the Poetry Center, publication in Boston Review and $500 each.
              https://92ndstreetydiscovery.submittable.com/submit
              http://www.92y.org/Uptown/Tisch-Center-for-the-Arts/Unterberg-Poetry-Center/Discovery-Boston-Review-Poetry-Contest/Discovery-Guidelines

              Preliminary judges are Timothy Donnelly and Camille Rankine. Final judges are Peter GizziAtsuro Riley andSusan Stewart.

              1. The contest is open to poets who have not published a full-length poetry collection. Poets who have published chapbooks of less than 42 pages or in editions of less than 500 are still eligible to apply. Poets who have a book contract at the time of submission or who are subsequently awarded a book contract are not eligible if their book is scheduled for publication before Fall 2015.
              2. Submissions consist of a typed ten-page manuscript. At least two of the submitted poems must be one page in length. Do not submit multiple poems per page.
              3. Individual poems that have been or will be published in periodicals or anthologies may be submitted; however, at least two of the submitted poems must be unpublished.
              4. NO personal identification should appear in the text of your submission in ANY WAY, including, but not limited to: in the poetic text, the document name or title (JaneSmithDiscovery.docx), or as copyright attributions for previously published poems.
              5. Cover letters and personal information should be entered in the cover letter in the cover letter field online. Any submissions including personal identification in the submission text will be INELIGIBLENo corrections can be accepted after receipt of the submission.
              6. All poems must be original and in English. Translations are not eligible. No contestant may submit more than one entry, and manuscripts by more than one author will not be accepted. No corrections can be accepted after receipt of the submission. 
              7. Entries must be received by 5 pm on Fri, Jan 23, 2015. An entry fee of $12 must accompany the submission. 
              8. Winners will be contacted by telephone in April 2015; all contest entrants will be emailed the names of the winners shortly thereafter.
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