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  • crwropps@aol.com
    Anabiosis Press http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to    Anabiosis Press Chapbook
    Message 1 of 6 , Jun 8, 2007
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      Anabiosis Press
      http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html

      Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to
         Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest
         2 South New Street
         Bradford, MA 01835

      Include separate pages with a biography, table of contents, and
      acknowledgments for any previous publications.

      Please enclose a SASE with correct postage if you wish your manuscript
      returned.
      All submissions should be postmarked no later than June 30, 2007.
      Please enclose a $11.00 reading fee payable to THE ANABIOSIS PRESS.
      Winner will receive $100 plus 75 copies of the first run.
      All who enter will receive a copy of the winning chapbook.
      Winners will be announced by September 30, 2007.



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    • crwropps@aol.com
      Anabiosis Press http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to    Anabiosis Press Chapbook
      Message 2 of 6 , Jun 23, 2007
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        Anabiosis Press
        http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html

        Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to
           Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest
           2 South New Street
           Bradford, MA 01835

        Include separate pages with a biography, table of contents, and
        acknowledgments for any previous publications.

        Please enclose a SASE with correct postage if you wish your manuscript
        returned.
        All submissions should be postmarked no later than June 30, 2007.
        Please enclose a $11.00 reading fee payable to THE ANABIOSIS PRESS.
        Winner will receive $100 plus 75 copies of the first run.
        All who enter will receive a copy of the winning chapbook.
        Winners will be announced by September 30, 2007.



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      • crwropps@aol.com
        Anabiosis Press Poetry Chapbook Contest http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to
        Message 3 of 6 , May 15 5:00 AM
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          Anabiosis Press Poetry Chapbook Contest
          http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html

          Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to
             Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest
             2 South New Street
             Bradford, MA 01835
          Include only one poem per page. If a poem continues to a second page, indicate whether or not there is a stanza break. Thirty-five lines equals one page. Divider pages or section titles should be included in the total page count. When determining total line length for each poem, include spaces between stanzas (example: a poem of 5 couplets would equal 14 lines). Numbers or section breaks (often indicated by a * symbol) should also be included as lines when calculating total line length. Count an epitaph as three extra lines. A line that has more than 60 characters (including spaces and punctuation) should be counted as two lines of your total line count. If lines are staggered like a Ferlinghetti poem, estimate the width of the line and remember that the final chapbook will be printed in 10 point Times New Roman font on pages that are 5 1/2 inches wide.
          Include the following as separate pages: a biography (this can be included in the cover letter), a cover page with contact information, table of contents, dedication, acknowledgments for any previous publications, and an inside title page (with no name). These pages should not be included in the manuscript's total page count. The cover page should include the manuscript title and all contact information (mailing address, email address, home phone, and cell phone if available). Name should not appear anywhere on the manuscript.
          Submit manuscript in a 9 X 12 (or 10 X 13) inch non-padded envelope or USPS priority mail envelope. Please do not use paper clips, binder clips, staples, or report folders.
          Please enclose a 9 X 12 (or 10 X 13) inch SASE with correct postage if you want your whole manuscript returned. For notification of results only, include a #10 inch business SASE. If there is no SASE, notification will be sent via email. If there is no SASE and no email address, there will be no notification. Please notify us of any change of address, as a copy of the winning chapbook will be mailed six to nine months after the announcement.
          All submissions should be postmarked no later than June 30, 2008. Winners will be announced on or soon after September 30, 2008.
          Please enclose an $11.00 reading fee payable to THE ANABIOSIS PRESS.
          Winner will receive $100 plus 75 copies of the first run.
          All who enter will receive a copy of the winning chapbook.


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        • crwropps@aol.com
          http://anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to    Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest    2 South New
          Message 4 of 6 , Jun 3, 2009
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            http://anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html

            Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to
               Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest
               2 South New Street
               Bradford, MA 01835


            Include only one poem per page. If a poem continues to a second page, indicate whether or not there is a stanza break. Thirty-five lines equals one page. Divider pages or section titles should be included in the total page count. When determining total line length for each poem, include spaces between stanzas (example: a poem of 5 couplets would equal 14 lines). Numbers or section breaks (often indicated by a * symbol) should also be included as lines when calculating total line length. Count an epigraph as three extra lines. A line that has more than 60 characters (including spaces and punctuation) should be counted as two lines of your total line count. If lines are staggered like a Ferlinghetti poem, estimate the width of the line and remember that the final chapbook will be printed in 10 point Times New Roman font on pages that are 5 1/2 inches wide.

            Include the following as separate pages: a biography (this can be included in the cover letter), a cover page with contact information, table of contents, dedication, acknowledgments for any previous publications, and an inside title page (with no name). These pages should not be included in the manuscript's total page count. The cover page should include the manuscript title and all contact information (mailing address, email address, home pho
            ne, and cell phone if available). Name should not appear anywhere on the manuscript.

            Submit manuscript in a 9 X 12 (or 10 X 13) inch non-padded envelope or USPS priority mail envelope. Please do not use paper clips, binder clips, staples, or report folders.

            Please enclose a 9 X 12 (or 10 X 13) inch SASE with correct postage if you want your whole manuscript returned. For notification of results only, include a #10 inch business SASE. If there is no SASE, notification will be sent via email. If there is no SASE and no email address, there will be no notification. Please notify us of any change of address, as a copy of the winning chapbook will be mailed six to nine months after the announcement.

            All submissions should be postmarked no later than June 30, 2009. Winners will be announced on or soon after September 30, 2009.

            Please enclose an $11.00 reading fee payable to THE ANABIOSIS PRESS.

            Winner will receive $100 plus 75 copies of the first run.

            All who enter will receive a copy of the winning chapbook.


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          • crwropps@aol.com
            Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to Anabiosis Press
            Message 5 of 6 , Jun 14, 2010
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              Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest

              http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html

              Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject, to
              Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest
              2 South New Street
              Bradford, MA 01835

              Include only one poem per page. If a poem continues to a second page,indicate whether or not there is a stanza break. Thirty-five linesequals one page. Divider pages or section titles should be included inthe total page count. When determining total line length for each poem,include spaces between stanzas (example: a poem of 5 couplets wouldequal 14 lines). Numbers or section breaks (often indicated by a *symbol) should also be included as lines when calculating total linelength. Count an epigraph as three extra lines. A line that has morethan 60 characters (including spaces and punctuation) should be countedas two lines of your total line count. If lines are staggered like aFerlinghetti poem, estimate the width of the line and remember that thefinal chapbook will be printed in 10 point Times New Roman font onpages that are 5 1/2 inches wide.
              Include the following as separate pages: a biography (this can beincluded in the cover letter), a cover page with contact information,table of contents, dedication, acknowledgments for any previouspublications, and an inside title page (with no name). These pagesshould notbe included in the manuscript's total page count. The cover page shouldinclude the manuscript title and all contact information (mailingaddress, email address, home phone, and cell phone if available). Nameshould not appear anywhere on the manuscript.
              Submit manuscript in a 9 X 12 (or 10 X 13) inch non-padded envelope orUSPS priority mail envelope. Please do not use paper clips, binderclips, staples, or report folders.
              Please enclose a 9 X 12 (or 10 X 13) inch SASE with correct postage ifyou want your whole manuscript returned. For notification of resultsonly, include a #10 inch business SASE. If there is no SASE,notification will be sent via email. If there is no SASE and no emailaddress, there will be no notification. Please notify us of any changeof address, as a copy of the winning chapbook will be mailed six tonine months after the announcement.
              All submissions should be postmarked no later than June 30, 2010.Winners will be announced on or soon after September 30, 2010.
              Please enclose an $12.00 reading fee payable to THE ANABIOSIS PRESS.
              Winner will receive $100 plus 75 copies of the first run.
              All who enter will receive a copy of the winning chapbook.






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            • aejos
              ANABIOSIS PRESS CHAPBOOK CONTEST Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages of poetry, any subject. Include only 1 poem per page. If a poem continues to second page,
              Message 6 of 6 , Jun 9, 2014
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                ANABIOSIS PRESS CHAPBOOK CONTEST
                Submit manuscript of 16-20 pages 
                of poetry, any subject. Include only 
                1 poem per page. If a poem continues 
                to second page, indicate whether or 
                not there is a stanza break. 35 lines 
                equals one page. Divider pages or 
                section titles should be included 
                in the total page count. When 
                determining total line length for 
                each poem, include spaces between 
                stanzas. See website for how to
                count lines, etc.  Include the 
                following as separate pages: a 
                biography, a cover page with 
                contact info, table of contents, 
                dedication, acknowledgments for any 
                previous publications, and an 
                inside title page (with no name). 
                Do not include these pages in the 
                manuscript's total page count. 
                Cover page should include the 
                manuscript title and all contact 
                info. Name should not appear 
                anywhere on the manuscript.
                Submit manuscript in a 9 X 12 
                (or 10 X 13) inch non-padded 
                envelope or USPS priority mail 
                envelope. Do not use paper clips, 
                binder clips, staples, or report 
                folders.  Enclose 9 X 12 
                (or 10 X 13) inch SASE with correct 
                postage if you want your whole 
                manuscript returned. For 
                notification of results only, 
                include a #10 inch business SASE. 
                If there is no SASE, notification 
                will be sent via email. Mail
                submissions to:
                Anabiosis Press Chapbook Contest
                2 South New St.  Bradford, MA 01835
                Include $13 reading fee payable to
                "The Anabiosis Press."  Winner
                receives $100 plus 100 copies of
                the first run.  All entrants
                receive copy of winning chapbook.
                All submissions should be postmarked 
                no later than June 30, 2014. Winners 
                announced on or after Sept 30, 2014.
                http://www.anabiosispress.org/chapguides.html


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