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  • crwropps@aol.com
    The Morton Marr Poetry Prize is an endowment by Marilyn Klepak of Dallas in honor of her father, whose love of poetry has encouraged her to pass this love on
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 8, 2010
      The Morton Marr Poetry Prize is an endowment by Marilyn Klepak of Dallas in honor of her father, whose love of poetry has encouraged her to pass this love on to others. Generous supplemental donations were also provided by Mr. and Mrs. David T. Searls, Jr. The first prize is $1,000 and the second place prize is $500. Both prizes earn publication in Southwest Review pages. Judging for 2009 was Dan Chiasson.


      RULES: This contest is open to writers who have not yet published a first book of poetry. Contestants may submit no more than six, previously unpublished poems in a "traditional" form (e.g. sonnet, sestina, villanelle, rhymed stanzas, blank verse, etc.). Poems should be printed blank with name and address information only on a cover sheet or letter. (If work is submitted online, please omit the author's name from the final "submission content text area"). There is a $5.00 per poem entry/handling fee. Postmarked deadline for entry is September 30, 2010. Submissions will not be returned. For notification of winning poems, include a SASE. Winners will be announced in December. Entries should be addressed to: The Morton Marr Poetry Prize, Southwest Review, P.O. Box 750374, Dallas, TX 75275-0374.


      To enter and submit entry fee online, visit


      http://smu.edu/southwestreview/Marr%20Contest.asp




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    • AllisonJ
      THE MORTON MARR POETRY PRIZE http://smu.edu/southwestreview/Marr%20Contest.asp The Morton Marr Poetry Prize is an endowment by Marilyn Klepak of Dallas in
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 23, 2013
        THE MORTON MARR POETRY PRIZE
        http://smu.edu/southwestreview/Marr%20Contest.asp

        The Morton Marr Poetry Prize is an endowment by Marilyn Klepak of Dallas in honor of her father, whose love of poetry has encouraged her to pass this love on to others. The first prize is $1,000 and the second place prize is $500. Both prizes earn publication in Southwest Review pages.


        RULES: This contest is open to writers who have not yet published a first book of poetry. Contestants may submit no more than six, previously unpublished poems in a "traditional" form (e.g. sonnet, sestina, villanelle, rhymed stanzas, blank verse, etc.). Poems should be printed blank with name and address information only on a cover sheet or letter. (If work is submitted online, please omit the author's name from the final "submission content text area"). There is a $5.00 per poem entry/handling fee. Postmarked deadline for entry is September 30, 2013. Submissions will not be returned. Winners will be notified in December. All entrants will receive a copy of the issue in which the winning poems appear. Entries should be addressed to: The Morton Marr Poetry Prize, Southwest Review, P.O. Box 750374, Dallas, TX 75275-0374.
      • aejos
        The Morton Marr Poetry Prize http://www.smu.edu/SouthwestReview/Prizes-and-Awards/MarrPoetryPrize
        Message 3 of 4 , Sep 10, 2015

          The Morton Marr Poetry Prize
          http://www.smu.edu/SouthwestReview/Prizes-and-Awards/MarrPoetryPrize

          https://sites.smu.edu/southwestreview/marrpoetrycontest/poetry_contest.asp


          The Morton Marr Poetry Prize is an 
          endowment by Marilyn Klepak of Dallas 
          in honor of her father, whose love of 
          poetry has encouraged her to pass this 
          love on to others. The first prize is 
          $1,000 and the second place prize is $500. 
          Both prizes earn publication in Southwest 
          Review pages.  Contest open to writers 
          who have not yet published a first book 
          of poetry.  Contestants may submit no 
          more than 6 previously unpublished 
          poems in a traditional form (e.g. 
          sonnet, sestina, villanelle, rhymed 
          stanzas, blank verse, etc.).  Poems 
          should be printed blank with name and 
          address information only on a cover 
          sheet or letter.  Entry fee of $5.00 
          per poem must accompany submission.
          Postmarked deadline for entry is 
          Sept 30, 2015.  Poems will not be returned.
          Winners notified in December.  All 
          entrants will receive a copy of the 
          issue in which the winning poems appear.
          Entries sent by mail with a check or 
          money order should be addressed to:
          The Morton Marr Poetry Prize
          Southwest Review, PO Box 750374
          Dallas, TX 75275-0374 To pay your
          entry fee online 
          https://sites.smu.edu/southwestreview/marrpoetrycontest/poetry_contest.asp. 
          Email entry to swrATsmuDOTedu with 
          "Marr Poetry Prize" in the subject 
          line. Preferred format is a Word 
          Document attached to the email, but 
          will accept most basic file types.

          http://www.smu.edu/SouthwestReview/Prizes-and-Awards/MarrPoetryPrize


        • aejos
          Subject: poetry contest: Southwest Review Southwest Review Morton Marr Poetry Prize Deadline: September 30, 2016 Entry Fee: $5 Website:
          Message 4 of 4 , Sep 20, 2016

            Subject: poetry contest: Southwest Review

            E-mail address: 
            swrATsmuDOTedu
            A prize of $1,000 and publication in Southwest Review is given annually for a poem or a group of poems by a writer who has not published a poetry collection. Submit up to six poems in a traditional form (such as a sonnet, sestina, or villanelle) with a $5 entry fee per poem by September 30. Send an SASE or visit the website for complete guidelines.
            Southwest Review, Morton Marr Poetry Prize, Southern Methodist University, P.O. Box 750374, Dallas, TX 75275. (214) 768-1037. Jennifer Cranfill, Senior Editor.

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