Summer Sport Poetry Competition
Go for poetic gold! Pick any summer sport, any style, any form. Bring your competitive spirit. Established poets and first-time participants welcome.
Winners to be judged by Griffin-nominated poet Priscila Uppal. Three winners will be chosen and awarded “gold,” “silver,” or “bronze” prize packs. The poem that takes “gold” will be published online and in print in Literary Review of Canada.
Other prizes include subscriptions to LRC and copies of Priscila Uppal’s Winter Sport: Poems from Mansfield Press. Additional prizes to be announced.
Poems must be 30 lines or less, excluding the title. Entry is free. Poems must be original and unpublished. Poems must be in English. All submissions must include entrant’s full name and contact information.
This contest is open to all Canadian residents.
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