Tuesday, 10 August 2010

One Stop Poetry Competition - Theme Autumn


The One Stop Poetry Competition

We at One Stop Poetry are pleased to announce the launch of our first ever poetry competition!

With Autumn approaching, we felt it would make a suitable subject. The rules are quite simple: you may enter as many poems as you like, free of charge, poems must be original and not published anywhere previously whether this is on-line or in magazines.
Please forward each entry by separate email to: oneshotpoetry@gmail.com
Poems must be 20 lines in length, no more no less and based on the theme, Autumn. 
Multiple submissions must be sent separately
Closing date is 31st August 2010.

The winner will be announced on Tuesday 14th September when the winning piece will be published on a full feature page!  One Stop is fast becoming a growing site for poets; you will receive a huge amount of recognition for having your winning poem published here!

The judges for the One Stop Poetry Competition will be Adam Dustus, Brian Miller, Leslie Moon & Pete Marshall. Judges are not allowed to be entrants.

We look forward to receiving your entries and thank you for taking part

Regards,
One Shot

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8 comments:

Eric Alder said...

Excellent! I love Autumn!

Gwei Mui said...

Great prompt. Question do we have to send seperate email for each submission or can we send just one email with multiple submissions

One Stop - The Place For Poets & Writers said...

Hi Gwei, a good comment, can you please send each one separate. Many thanks Pete

signed...bkm said...

Sounds like fun!!...bkm

Chris G. said...

This should be quite fun.

Pete Marshall said...

thanks guys for your submissions..look forward to the heady days of selecting..cheers Pete

dustus said...

This sounds like it could be fun. Plus I love reading poems about Autumn. Cool

moondustwriter said...

What I can't enter??? I'm changing my name.

It will be fun to read - less stress.

Love y'all