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  • crwropps@aol.com
    The 2012 Omnidawn POETRY Open Book Contest will close Tuesday January 15th, 2013. Guidelines at http://www.omnidawn.com/contest/poetry-contests.htm Accepting
    Message 1 of 8 , Dec 13, 2012
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      The 2012 Omnidawn POETRY Open Book Contest
      will close Tuesday January 15th, 2013.
      Guidelines at
      http://www.omnidawn.com/contest/poetry-contests.htm

      Accepting both electronic and postal poetry submissions.
      Open to any poet writing in English
      (regardless of how many or how few publication credits).

      Prize includes $3,000, Spring 2014 publication &
      100 complimentary copies of book.
      Cole Swensen will judge.

      The entry fee is $25.

      All entrants with a U.S. mailing address who pay an extra $3 to cover
      shipping costs will be mailed a copy of any Omnidawn book of their
      choice, or a copy of the winning book when it is published in the Spring
      of 2014. A complete list of all current Omnidawn titles is available
      at www.omnidawn.com/catalog.htm

      For details of all Omnidawn Contests:
      http://www.omnidawn.com/contest/poetry-contests.htm


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    • aejos
      Omnidawn s 1st/2nd Book Poetry Prize www.omnidawn.com/contest Open to any poet writing in English who has not published a second book of poems. (Chapbooks are
      Message 2 of 8 , Jul 10, 2013
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        Omnidawn's
        1st/2nd Book Poetry Prize

        www.omnidawn.com/contest

        Open to any poet writing in English
        who has not published a second book of poems.
        (Chapbooks are not counted as books).

        Winner receives $3,000, publication,
        and 100 copies.


        Accepting electronic & postal submissions
        May 1 - July 15, 2013.

        Donald Revell will judge.


        Donald Revell is the author of twelve collections of poetry, most recently Tantivy (2012) andThe Bitter Withy (2009), both from Alice James Books. He has published five volumes of translations from the French, including Apollinaire's Alcools (Wesleyan), Rimbaud'sIlluminations and A Season in Hell (both from Omnidawn) and Laforgue's Last Verses(Omnidawn). His critical writings include The Art of Attention (Graywolf) and Invisible Green: Selected Prose (Omnidawn). Winner of the PEN USA Translation Award and two-time winner of the PEN USA Award for Poetry, he has also won the Academy of American Poets' Lenore Marshall Prize and is a former Fellow of the Ingram Merrill and Guggenheim Foundations. Additionally, he has twice been awarded Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. Former editor-in-chief of Denver Quarterly, he now serves as poetry editor of Colorado Review. Revell is a Professor of English & Creative Writing at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Revell lives in the desert south of Las Vegas with his wife, poet Claudia Keelan, and their children Benjamin Brecht and Lucie Ming.


        Entry fee: $27.00

        All entrants with a U.S. mailing address who pay an extra $3 to cover shipping costs will be mailed a copy of any Omnidawn book of their choice,
        or a copy of the winning book when it is published.
        A complete list of all current Omnidawn book titles is available athttp://www.omnidawn.com/p_catalog.


        For full details about
        all three of Omnidawn's Poetry Contests (current & future)
        visit:
        www.omnidawn.com/contest
        or enter this web address in your browser.




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