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  • crwropps@aol.com
    SHELTERING PINES PRESS THIRD ANNUAL CHAPBOOK COMPETITION, 2007 http://www.shelteringpinespress.com/chapbookcontest3.html ENTRIES ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED!
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 28, 2007
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      SHELTERING PINES PRESS
      THIRD ANNUAL CHAPBOOK COMPETITION, 2007
      http://www.shelteringpinespress.com/chapbookcontest3.html

      ENTRIES ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED!

      Official Rules

      First Prize: $100 and fifty copies of your chapbook
      Entry Fee is $10 per Chapbook
      Deadline: Postmark October 15, 2007.

      1. Submit between 10-24 pages of poetry.(One page = maximum 38 lines,
      including
         spacing between lines). (Manuscripts either too short or too long
         will be disqualified.)
      2. All contestants receive copy of winning chapbook.
      3. No names are to appear on poems.
      4. Send two cover pages:
          A. One cover page (and acknowledgement page if you wish to send one)
           should contain title of manuscript, name, address, phone and e-mail.
          B. Second cover page should list TITLE ONLY.
      5. Manuscripts should be paginated and secured with a binder clip.
      6. Poems may have been previously published in journals, which should be
      credited
        on a separate, removable page.
      7. Manuscript, as a whole, must be previously UNpublished.
      8. #10 SASE for results only.
      9. No manuscripts will be returned.

      GUIDELINES: & GENERAL INFORMATION:
      · Initial and final judging will be "blind."
      · Identifying cover sheet and acknowledgement page
      will be removed before submission
      to any of the judges. Previously published poems
      should be credited.
      · You may choose to list the TITLE ONLY of the chapbook on all pages of your
      submission.
      · You may submit a Table of Contents. No name on this page.
      · We request a binder clip for ease of separation.
        No staples or plastic covers please.
      · Be sure to keep your address current until after publication so you can be
        notified or receive a copy of the winning chapbook.
      · Winner notified by December 15, 2007.
      · Results including winner and top five finalists listed on web site by
      December 15th.
      · We will consult with winner before publication about details of
      publication.
      · Chapbook will be 5 1/2 x 8", professionally printed and saddled-stitched.

      Publication in Winter 2008
      by Sheltering Pines Press
      Mail entries, with entry fee of $10 (check or money order please) to:
      Sheltering Pines
      Press
      3rd Annual Chapbook Competition
      P.O. Box 1344
      Kennebunk, ME 04043



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    • crwropps@aol.com
      SHELTERING PINES PRESS FIFTH ANNUAL CHAPBOOK COMPETITION, 2009 http://www.shelteringpinespress.com/chapbookcontest5.html Submissions are now open: Official
      Message 2 of 2 , Jun 6, 2009
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        SHELTERING PINES PRESS
        FIFTH ANNUAL CHAPBOOK COMPETITION, 2009


        http://www.shelteringpinespress.com/chapbookcontest5.html







        Submissions are now open:

        Official Rules 


        First Prize: $100 and fifty copies of your chapbook
        Entry Fee is $15 per Chapbook
        Deadline: Postmark October 15, 2009.


        1. Submit between 10-24 pages of poetry.(One page = maximum 38 lines, including
           spacing between lines). (Manuscripts either too short or too long
           will be disqualified.)
        2. All contestants receive copy of winning chapbook.
        3. No names are to appear on poems.
        4. Send two cover pages:
            A. One cover page (and acknowledgement page if you wish to send one) 
             should contain title of manuscript, name, address, phone and e-mail.
            B. Second cover page should list TITLE ONLY.
        5. Manuscripts should be paginated and secured with a binder clip.
        6. Poems may have been previously published in journals, which should be credited
          on a separate, removable page.
        7. Manuscript, as a whole, must be previously UNpublished.
        8. #10 SASE for results only.
        9. No manuscripts will be returned.
        10. If your manuscript is being simultaneously submitted to other competitions, please notify us if accepted elsewhere. Your ms. can be pulled but unfortunately your entry fee cannot be refunded. 



        GUIDELINES: & GENERAL INFORMATION:
        · Initial and final judging will be "blind."
        · Identifying cover sheet and acknowledgement page
         will be removed
        before submission
         to any of the judges. Previously published poems
         should be credited.
        · You may choose to list the TITLE ONLY of the chapbook on all pages of your submission.
        · You may submit a Table of Contents. No name on this page.
        · We request a binder clip for ease of separation.
          No staples or plastic covers please.
        · Be sure to keep your address current until after publication so you can be
          notified or receive a copy of the winning chapbook.
        · Winner notified by December 15, 2009.
        · Results including winner and top five finalists listed on web site by December 15th.
        · We will consult with winner before publication about details of publication.
        · Chapbook will be 5 1/2 x 8", professionally printed and saddled-stitched.


        Publication in Winter 2009
        by Sheltering Pines Press

        Mail entries, with entry fee of $15 (check or money order please) to: Sheltering Pines Press
        4th Annual Chapbook Competition
        P.O. Box 1344
        Kennebunk, ME 04043







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