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Wesleyan Virtual Group Reading

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Wesleyan University Press presents a virtual Sunday afternoon/evening reading with Ed Roberson, Brenda Coultas, Abigail Chabitnoy, and Will Harris. Enjoy from the comfort of your own home! 2pm CST / 3pm EST / 8pm GMT Ed Roberson was a 2022 finalist for the Griffin Poetry Prize for his collection Asked …

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Writing Circle with Bänoo Zan

University of Alberta Department of English and Film Studies 4-59 Humanities Centre, 11121 Saskatchewan Drive NW, Edmonton, Alberta

The Writing Circle is a drop-in session for writers of all genres and languages to work on their writing at any stage of development, whether writing a first draft, revision or editing, or even submitting to publications. It is open to writers from the University of Alberta, as well as …

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Wesleyan Fall 2022 Poetry Reading Period Closes

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For our Fall 2022 open reading period, we invite poetry manuscript samples along with query letters. Please read through all guidelines below. Manuscript Sample: Poets and translators are invited to submit a 15-20 page manuscript sample accompanied by a query letter. Please familiarize yourself with our catalog before submitting a …

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Fence Books: Ottoline Prize Deadline

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The Ottoline Prize awards publication and $5,000 to a book-length work of poetry by any person who identifies as a woman. First, second, third, fourth, and beyond books are welcome. The author of the selected book also receives a two-week residency at Eliot House, in Gloucester, MA. The submission fee …

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Shab-e She’r Poetry Open Mic at the University of Alberta

Student Lounge, University of Alberta, Old Arts Building 113 st and 91st ave, Edmonton, Alberta

Shab-e She’r is Canada’s most diverse & brave poetry open mic, hosted by Bänoo Zan, the University of Alberta's current Writer in Residence. This event is open to poets writing in any language from University of Alberta / Edmonton / Canada / International community. Shab-e She’r welcomes people from all …

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Deadline to submit – Beyond the Park: An anthology of ecological experiences

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This is the third anthology from the Beyond Series by Laberinto Press. This Call for Submissions invites contributions on the theme of green spaces and olfactory experiences. Parks as ecological sites exist within an urban and governmental plan that delineate their function and existence. The environment itself exerts its own …

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The Moth Poetry Prize 2022 Deadline

Louise Glück, Nobel Prize Laureate and past Griffin Poetry Prize finalist, will judge this year’s Moth Poetry Prize, which is now accepting entries! The Moth Poetry Prize is one of the biggest prizes in the world for a single unpublished poem. The prize is open to anyone, as long as …

McClelland & Stewart: Reading Period Opens

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McClelland & Stewart is excited to open our submission policy as part of our ongoing commitment to amplify the voices of Black, Indigenous, and racialized writers, as well as those of other traditionally underrepresented communities. Effective immediately, unsolicited and unagented work can be sent directly to editors within the M&S …

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University of Calgary – Canadian Writer-in-Residence Deadline to Apply

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Apply to be Canadian Writer-in-Residence For 25 years, the Calgary Distinguished Writers Program (CDWP) has fostered promising Canadian writers. Our Canadian Writers-in-Residence have gone on to great success, including alumni such as Eden Robinson, Larissa Lai, Suzette Mayr, Sina Queyras, Deborah Willis, and Governor-General’s Literary Award winners Oana Avasilichioaei and …

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Parkland Poets Reading Series

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Welcome to Parkland Poets! We are a non-profit poetry society with a mission to bring more poetry into our community and to the world. Whether you are interested in Traditional Forms, Cowboy Poetry, Free Verse, Experimental Forms, Spoken Word, or any other kind of poetry, we hope that you will …

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Poetry Course with Karen Solie

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“Poetry,” Laurent Dubreuil writes, “suggests thinking experiments for the unthinkable.” How might we communicate experience in our poems when the meaning of an experience, even to us, seems less than clear? How can we invoke in our poems those encounters whose intensity exceeds language? What is meant by “thinking on …

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