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  • crwropps@aol.com
    NAUGATUCK RIVER REVIEW FIRST ANNUAL NARRATIVE POETRY CONTEST! Contest Submission Period: July 1st through September 1st Judge for 2009 Contest:  Lesléa
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 5, 2009
      NAUGATUCK RIVER REVIEW FIRST ANNUAL NARRATIVE POETRY CONTEST!

      Contest Submission Period: July 1st through September 1st
      Judge for 2009 Contest:  Lesléa Newman

      First prize is $1000 and publication in Naugatuck River Review
      Second prize $250 and publication
      Third prize of  $100 and publication

      Winners will be published in the Winter 2010 Issue of Naugatuck River Review.





      All entrants will receive one issue of Naugatuck River Review.




      All poems will be considered for publication in the Winter 2010 Contest issue (Issue 3).
      Contest deadline is September 1st, 2009.
      Electronic submissions ONLY will be accepted through our Submission Manager.

      Contest submiss ion fee of $20 includes an issue of the journal.





      Electronic submissions ONLY of 3 poems per poet of no more than 50 lines each.

      GO TO to our Submission Manager to pay the submission fee  and

      submit your 3 poems in ONE .rtf or .doc file. Click on:
      http://www.naugatuckriverreviewsubmissions.com/index.php?page=kill_session




      The paypal/credit card button for the $20 contest fee is
      on the front page of the Submission Manager (Poetry MUST be submitted electronically),
      but you may send a check instead of going through Paypal to:




      Naugatuck River Review Contest
      P.O. Box 368
      Westfield, MA 01085



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    • crwropps@aol.com
      Announcing: Naugatuck River Review’s 2nd Annual NARRATIVE POETRY CONTEST Contest Submission Period: July 1st through September 1st First prize is $1000 and
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 1, 2010
        Announcing: Naugatuck River Review’s 2nd Annual NARRATIVE POETRY CONTEST

        Contest Submission Period: July 1st through September 1st

        First prize is $1000 and publication in NRR
        Second prize $250 and publication in NRR
        Third prize of $100 and publication in NRR

        All entrants will receive one issue of Naugatuck River Review.
        All poems will be considered for publication. Contest deadline is September 1st, 2010 at midnight.


        Electronic submissions ONLY will be accepted through our Submission Manager.
        $20 contest fee per group of 3 poems, payable through PAYPAL or credit card.


        GO TO OUR CONTEST PAGE (AFTER JULY FIRST) TO SUBMIT athttp://naugatuckriverreview.com/contest

        Judge for 2nd Annual Contest: Patricia Smith
        A National Book Award Finalist, Patricia Smith’s fifth book of poetry, Blood Dazzler (Coffee House Press) chronicles the human, physical and emotional toll exacted by Hurricane Katrina, a catastrophic natural event with lasting spiritual and political impact. This much-anticipated volume is also the focal point of a new dance/theater collaboration between Patricia and Urban Bush Women dancer Paloma McGregor.
        Patricia is also the author of Teahouse of the Almighty (Coffee House Press), a National Poetry Series winner, the Best Poetry Book of 2006 on About.com, and a 2007 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award and Paterson Poetry Prize winner; Close to Death (Zoland Books), Big Towns, Big Talk (Zoland) and Life According to Motown (Tia Chucha). Her poems have appeared in Poetry, The Paris Review, poemmemoirstory, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, the Chautauqua Literary Journal, TriQuarterly, and other journals, and in many groundbreaking anthologies. Her poem “The Way Pilots Walk” received a Pushcart Prize, and is featured in Pushcart Prize XXXII: Best of the Small Presses. Recognized as one of the world’s most formidable performers, Patricia has read her work at venues round the world

        All poems will be considered for publication. Contest deadline is September 1st, 2010.
        Electronic submissions ONLY will be accepted through our Submission Manager.
        $20 contest fee per group of 3 poems, payable through PAYPAL or credit card.


        GO TO OUR CONTEST PAGE (AFTER JULY FIRST) TO SUBMIT athttp://naugatuckriverreview.com/contest

        Naugatuck River Review is dedicated to publishing great narrative poetry. We are open to many styles of poetry, looking for narrative that sings, which means the poem has a strong emotional core and the narrative is compressed. We publish twice a year, Winter and Summer. The Winter issue is the contest edition.



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      • crwropps@aol.com
        Naugatuck River Review’s Third Annual NARRATIVE POETRY CONTEST will be judged by Patrick Donnelly! http://naugatuckriverreview.wordpress.com/contest/ First
        Message 3 of 4 , Jul 5, 2011
          Naugatuck River Review’s Third Annual NARRATIVE POETRY CONTEST will be
          judged by Patrick Donnelly!
          http://naugatuckriverreview.wordpress.com/contest/

          First prize is $1000 and publication in NRR
          Second prize $250 and publication in NRR
          Third prize of $100 and publication in NRR
          All entrants will receive one issue of Naugatuck River Review.
          Submit from July 1, 2011 – September 1, 2011
          All poems will be considered for publication. Contest deadline is
          September 1st, 2011.
          Three poems per submission.
          Limited to 50 lines per poem.
          Do not put your name anywhere on the file submitted. There is a place
          for all your information when you register with Submission Manager.
          Please pay the contest fee of $20 first through PAYPAL or credit card,
          then go back to the submission manager.
          Submission fee includes a copy of the journal.
          Electronic submissions ONLY will be accepted through our Submission
          Manager program at the following link:
          http://naugatuckriverreviewsubmissions.com/
          Close friends and students (current or past) of Patrick Donnelly are
          ineligible.
          Judge for 2011 Contest: Patrick Donnelly:
          Patrick Donnelly is the author of THE CHARGE (Ausable Press, 2003,
          since 2009 part of Copper Canyon Press) and NOCTURNES OF THE BROTHEL OF
          RUIN, forthcoming from Four Way Books. He is a current Associate Editor
          of POETRY INTERNATIONAL, a Contributing Editor of TRANS-PORTAL
          (www.transtudies.org), and a former Associate Editor (1999 – 2009) at
          Four Way Books. Donnelly is Director of the Advanced Seminar, one of
          three summer programs at The Frost Place, a poetry conference center at
          Robert Frost’s old homestead in Franconia, NH. He has taught creative
          writing and public speaking at Colby College and the Bread Loaf
          Writers’ Conference. He is currently an Interdisciplinary Advisor in
          Poetry for the Lesley University MFA in Creative Writing Program. His
          poems have been featured on Poetry Daily in 2002 and 2003, on Verse
          Daily in 2003, and have appeared in The American Poetry Review, The
          Yale Review, The Virginia Quarterly Review, The Massachusetts Review,
          Ploughshares, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and Slate, as well as anthologized
          in the Four Way Reader #2, The Book of Irish American Poetry from the
          18th Century to the Present, and From the Fishouse: An Anthology of
          Poems that Sing, Rhyme, Resound, Syncopate, Alliterate, and Just Plain
          Sound Great.

          Lori Desrosiers
          Publisher
          Naugatuck River Review
        • crwropps@aol.com
          Less than 2 weeks left to submit to Naugatuck River Review’s 4th Annual NARRATIVE POETRY CONTEST Contest Deadline: September 1st at midnight First prize is
          Message 4 of 4 , Aug 21, 2012
            Less than 2 weeks left to submit to Naugatuck River Review’s 4th Annual NARRATIVE POETRY CONTEST






            Contest Deadline: September 1st at midnight


            First prize is $1000 and publication in NRR
            Second prize $250 and publication in NRR
            Third prize of $100 and publication in NRR


            All poems will be considered for publication. Contest deadline is September 1st, 2012 at midnight.


            Electronic submissions ONLY will be accepted through our Submission Manager.
            $20 contest fee per group of 3 poems, payable through PAYPAL or credit card.


            GO TO OUR CONTEST PAGE (AFTER JULY FIRST) TO SUBMIT at


            http://naugatuckriverreview.com/contest

            Judge for 4th Annual Contest: Pam Uschuk

            Called by The Bloomsbury Review “one of the most insightful and spirited poets today,” Pamela Uschuk is the author of several volumes of poetry, including: the award-winning Finding Peaches in the Desert, One-Legged Dancer, Scattered Risks, Crazy Love and Wild in the Plaza of Memory (all published by Wings Press) and Without the Comfort of Stars (Sampark Press, New Delhi and London). Crazy Love received the 2010 American Book Award. Scattered Risks was nominated for both a Pulitzer Prize and the 2005 Zacharias Poetry Award (nomination by Ploughshares). Joy Harjo and other musicians joined Uschuk on a CD of Finding Peaches in the Desert. The author of numerous chapbooks, her work has appeared in well over two hundred fifty journals and anthologies, including Agni Review, Calyx, Future Cycles, Nimrod, Parabola, Parnassus Review, Pequod, Ploughshares, Poetry, O Taste and See, 48 Younger American Poets, etc.

            All poems will be considered for publication.
            Contest deadline is September 1st, 2010.
            Electronic submissions ONLY will be accepted through our Submission Manager.
            $20 contest fee per group of 3 poems, payable through PAYPAL or credit card.


            Naugatuck River Review is dedicated to publishing great narrative poetry. We are open to many styles of poetry, looking for narrative that sings, which means the poem has a strong emotional core and the narrative is compressed. There is a 50 line limit. We publish twice a year, Winter and Summer. The Winter issue is the contest edition.










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