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poetry chapbook prize: Blue Light

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    The editors of Blue Light Press warmly invite you to submit a manuscript to our Blue Light Poetry Prize Competition. Please share our guidelines with other
    Message 1 of 1 , May 4, 2011
      The editors of Blue Light Press warmly invite you to submit a manuscript to our Blue Light Poetry Prize Competition. Please share our guidelines with other poets, and if you teach writing, please let your students know about our contest. If you want to be on our E-mail list, please contact us and let us know.
      http://www.bluelightpress.com/contests.php

      We like poems that are imagistic, emotionally honest, and contain a vision where the writer pushes through the imagery to a deeper level of insight.

      THE BLUE LIGHT POETRY PRIZE and CHAPBOOK CONTEST
      Guidelines:
      1. Manuscripts should be 10 to 24 pages, typed or printed with a laser or inkjet printer.
      2. The winner will be published by Blue Light Press, receive a $100.00 honorarium and 50 copies of his or her book, which can be sold for $10.00 each, for a total of $600.00.
      3. Submit your manuscript between February 1 and June 15.
      4. There is a $10.00 reading fee. Make your check payable to Blue Light Press.
      5. Include a self-addressed stamped envelope. No manuscript will be returned without a SASE.
      6. The winner will be announced in November, and the book will be published in the spring.
      7. If you win the contest, you will need to give us your manuscript on a CD. Acceptable formats:
      PC or Mac - using Word or RTF (Rich Text Format).
      8. Send your manuscript, $10.00 check, and SASE to Blue Light Press Poetry Prize, 1563 - 45th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122. Do not submit by E-mail.
      9. Please do not send manuscripts by registered or certified mail, as this requires a trip to the post office. If you want confirmation of receipt, include a postcard with your manuscript. We are not strict about deadlines— if your manuscript comes a few days late, we will read it.
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