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House of Anansi Submissions Open: February

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House of Anansi is open to receive direct submissions from authors twice a year, for a one-month period each, beginning February 1 and August 1. The portal is currently open for submissions. Agents are welcome to submit to individual editors at any time. Before submitting, please take the time to familiarize yourself …

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Brick Books Submissions Open

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Brick Books publishes full-length poetry collections of the highest quality by both new and established writers. While our definition of poetry is expansive and encompasses many aesthetic modes, we do not publish chapbooks (i.e., books fewer than 48 pages), fiction, or conventional prose nonfiction. Our editors are interested in seeing …

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The Malahat Review Long Poem Prize Deadline

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The Malahat Review invites entries for its biennial Long Poem Prize. The contest is open to Canadian and international writers anywhere in the world. Deadline: 11:59pm (PST) on 1 February 2023. Two winners will receive a prize of CAD $1,250 each and be published in the magazine's summer 2023 issue …

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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 …

$535
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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

Online

“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 …

$535

Denver Quarterly: Translation Submission Deadline

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Denver Quarterly seeks to showcase exceptional work that has been translated into English. We look for translated work that complements the journal’s aesthetic and is in sync with our experimental legacy.  For example, in poetry and prose we look for experiments, derivations, plunges, incisions, compressions, investigations, dilations, and texts true and …

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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 …

$535
Recurring

Poetry Course with Karen Solie

Online

“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 …

$535

2023 Raiziss/de Pachi Fellowship Deadline

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The Raiziss/de Palchi Translation Awards recognize outstanding translations into English of modern Italian poetry through a $10,000 book prize and a $25,000 fellowship, given in alternating years. The Raiziss/de Palchi Fellowship will be given in 2023 to enable an American translator to travel, study, or otherwise advance a significant work-in-progress. The Academy invites …

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Gulf Coast: Poetry Translation Submissions

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Gulf Coast is committed to supporting the authors who publish in our journal. This support takes many forms, including offering editorial guidance, exposing new work to the widest possible audience, and providing competitive honorariums for that work. We believe this financial support is vital to maintaining a vibrant literary culture. …

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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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Palimpsest Press Submissions Close

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Submission Guidelines In an effort to remove barriers for BIPOC, Deaf, and Disabled authors, Palimpsest Press is officially opening submissions year-round for authors who identify as BIPOC, Deaf, or Disabled. These guidelines take effect immediately. Please include “Year-round Submission” in the email subject line if you submit outside of our …

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