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  • crwropps@aol.com
    Colorado Prize for Poetry: Submission Guidelines http://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/CPP/sub.html      1.     Manuscripts will be accepted from October
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 11, 2007
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      Colorado Prize for Poetry: Submission Guidelines
      http://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/CPP/sub.html

           1.     Manuscripts will be accepted from October 1, 2007, through the
      postmark deadline of January 11, 2008. The winner will be announced in May 2008.
           2.     The winning book-length collection of poems will be published by
      the
      Center for Literary Publishing and distributed by the University Press
      of Colorado in the fall of 2008.
           3.     There is a $25 reading fee, which includes a one-year
      subscription to Colorado Review (subscription normally costs $24). Make checks payable to
      Colorado Review. VISA/Mastercard also accepted. (Include card number,
      expiration date, and name as it appears on the card.)
           4.     This year's final judge is Martha Ronk. Former students and close
      friends of the final judge are not eligible to compete.
           5.     Colorado State University employees, students, and alumni are not
      eligible to compete.
           6.     Manuscripts may consist of poems that have been published, but
      the manuscript as a whole must not have been previously published.
           7.     If individual poems have been previously published, you may
      include an acknowledgments page, though screening and final judges will not see
      that page.
           8.     Include two title pages: top page with manuscript title and
      author name, address, and phone number; and second page with manuscript title only.
      The poet's name should NOT appear anywhere else in the manuscript.
           9.     Manuscripts may be double- or single-spaced.
           10.     Manuscripts must be securely bound (for example, with binder
      clips).
           11.     There is NO minimum or maximum number of pages; most
      manuscripts, however, are between 40 and 100 pages.
           12.     DO NOT SEND ORIGINALS: manuscripts will NOT be returned. Do not
      enclose stamped envelope for the return of your manuscript as manuscripts
      cannot be returned.
           13.     No submissions accepted via e-mail.
           14.     The theme and style are both open.
           15.     Writers must enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for
      contest results and a self-addressed stamped postcard for notification of the
      manuscript's safe arrival.
           16.     Send your manuscript to:
      Colorado Prize for Poetry - Center for Literary Publishing
      9105 Campus Delivery
      Dept. of English
      Colorado State University
      Fort Collins, CO 80523
           17.     Questions? Please call us at (970) 491-5449 or send an e-mail to
      creview(at)colostate.edu (replace (at) with @)



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    • crwropps@aol.com
      COLORADO PRIZE FOR POETRY http://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/prize/sub.htm SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Manuscripts will be accepted from October 1, 2008, through
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 23, 2008
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        COLORADO PRIZE FOR POETRY
        http://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/prize/sub.htm
        SUBMISSION GUIDELINES



        Manuscripts will be accepted from October 1, 2008, through the postmark deadline of January 12, 2009. The winner will be announced in May 2009.


        The winning book-length collection of poems will be published by the Center for Literary Publishing and distributed by the University Press of Colorado in the fall of 2009.


        There is a $25 reading fee, which includes a one-year subscription to Colorado Review(subscription normally costs $24). Make checks payable to Colorado Review. VISA/Mastercard also accepted. (Include card number, expiration date, and name as it appears on the card.)


        This year's final judge is James Longenbach. Former students and close friends of the final judge are not eligible to compete.


        Colorado State University employees, students, and alumni are not eligible to compete.


        Manuscripts may consist of poems that have been published, but the manuscript as a whole must not have been previously published.


        If individual poems have been previously published, you may include an acknowledgments page, though screening and final judges will not see that page.


        Include two title pages: top page with manuscript title and author name, address, and phone number; and second page with manuscript title only. The poet's name should NOT appear anywhere else in the manuscript.


        Manuscripts may be double- or single-spaced.


        Manuscripts must be securely bound (for example, with binder clips).


        There is NO=2
        0minimum or maximum number of pages; most manuscripts, however, are between 40 and 100 pages.


        DO NOT SEND ORIGINALS: manuscripts will NOT be returned. Do not enclose stamped envelope for the return of your manuscript as manuscripts cannot be returned.


        No submissions accepted via e-mail.


        The theme and style are both open.


        Writers must enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for contest results and a self-addressed stamped postcard for notification of the manuscript's safe arrival.


        Send your manuscript to:
        Colorado Prize for Poetry - Center for Literary Publishing
        9105 Campus Delivery
        Dept. of English
        Colorado State University
        Fort Collins, CO 80523


        Questions? Please call us at (970) 491-5449 or send an e-mail to creview(at)colostate.edu (replace (at) with @)



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      • crwropps@aol.com
        The Colorado Prize for Poetry is an international literary contest started in 1995. Since the contest began, over 5,000 book-length poetry manuscripts have
        Message 3 of 4 , Jan 3, 2010
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          The Colorado Prize for Poetry is an international literary contest started in 1995. Since the contest began, over 5,000 book-length poetry manuscripts have been entered. Each year’s prizewinner receives a $1,500 honorarium and publication of his or her book by the Center for Literary Publishing.

          COLORADO PRIZE FOR POETRY:SUBMISSION GUIDLINES


          Manuscripts will be accepted from October 1, 2009, through the postmark deadline of January 14, 2010. The winner will be announced in May 2010.
          The winning book-length collection of poems will be published by the Center for Literary Publishing and distributed by the University Press of Colorado in the fall of 2010.
          There is a $25 entry fee, which includes a one-year subscription to Colorado Review (to US addresses only). Make checks payable to Colorado Review. VISA/Mastercard also accepted. (Include card number, expiration date, and name as it appears on the card.) If you prefer to pay the entry fee online (best for entrants outside the US), click below. Please print a copy of your PayPal receipt and include it with your entry.


          Visit
          http://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/prize/sub.htm
          for PayPay link to pay entry fee.

          This year's final judge is Donald Revell. Former students and close friends of the final judge are not eligible to compete.
          Colorado State University employees, students, and alumni are not eligible to compete.
          Manuscripts may consist of poems that have been published, but the manuscript as a whole must not have been previously published.
          If individual poems have been previously published, you may include an acknowledgments page, though it is not necessary; screening and final judges will not see that page.
          Include two title pages: top page with manuscript title and author name, address, e-mail address, and phone number; second page with manuscript title only. The author’s name should NOT appear anywhere else in the manuscript.
          Manuscripts may be double- or single-spaced.
          Manuscripts must be securely bound (for example, with a binder clip).
          Manuscripts should be at least 48 pages but no more than 100 pages.
          DO NOT SEND ORIGINALS: manuscripts will NOT be returned. Do not enclose stamped envelope for the return of your manuscript as manuscripts cannot be returned.
          No submissions accepted via e-mail.
          The theme and style are both open.
          Authors do NOT need to be residents of Colorado or the United States. (Note that subscriptions can be sent only to US addresses, however.)
          Writers should enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for contest results and a self-addressed stamped postcard for notification of the manuscript's safe arrival.
          Send your manuscript to:
          Colorado Prize for Poetry - Center for Literary Publishing
          9105 Campus Delivery
          Dept. of English
          Colorado State University
          Fort Collins, CO 80523-9105
          Questions? Please call us at (970) 491-5449 or send an e-mail to <creview(at)colostate.edu> (replace (at) with @)

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        • crwropps@aol.com
          2013 Colorado Prize for Poetry : $2,000 Honorarium & Book Publication Book-length poetry manuscripts accepted now through the postmark deadline of January 14,
          Message 4 of 4 , Dec 19, 2012
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            2013 Colorado Prize for Poetry : $2,000 Honorarium & Book Publication


            Book-length poetry manuscripts accepted now through the postmark deadline of January 14, 2013.

            The final judge is Stephen Burt. Friends & students (current & former) of the judge are not eligible to compete, nor are Colorado State University employees, students, or alumni.

            The winning book-length collection of poems will be published by the Center for Literary Publishing in the fall of 2013.

            The $25 entry fee includes a one-year subscription to Colorado Review (to US addresses only).

            Manuscripts may consist of poems that have been previously published, but the collection as a whole must be unpublished.

            Manuscripts must be at least 48 pages but no longer than 100 pages.

            The winner will be announced by May 2013.

            The Colorado Prize for Poetry adheres to the Contest Code of Ethics, as adopted by the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses.

            To submit by mail:
            1. Include two title pages: first with manuscript title, your name, address, phone number, & e-mail address; second with manuscript title only. Your name should not appear anywhere else in the manuscript. Acknowledgments will not be forwarded to judges.
            2. Do not send originals: manuscripts will not be returned.
            3. Please enclose an SASE for contest results & a self-addressed stamped postcard for notification of the manuscript’s safe arrival.
            4. Please make checks payable to Colorado Review.

            To submit online:
            1. Please note that there is an additional $3 charge to submit online. Of this, $1.11 is a credit card fee, and $1.89 goes to the tireless, good people at Submittable who designed the program, gave it to us for free, and provide support for it seemingly 24/7.
            2. The manuscript title, your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address should be in your cover letter, separate from your manuscript. Be sure your name is not anywhere in the manuscript itself. Do not included acknowledgments.
            3. Submit at http://coloradoprize.submittable.com

            Questions? Please call 970.491.5449, visit http://coloradoprize.colostate.edu, or send an e-mail tocreview@...



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