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Enter the Writer's Digest Poetry Awards to win cash and prizes!
Writer's Digest 11th Annual Poetry Awards
Deadline: November 1, 2016

You could be a poem away from $1,000 and national recognition.

Have you penned countless poems with inarguable energy, expression and originality? Are your poetic masterpieces collecting dust on a shelf, just waiting to be read by another set of eyes? If this scenario sounds familiar, enter your best poems in the Writer's Digest Poetry Awards. Submit as many poems as you wish for your chance to win national recognition, a career boosting consultation and an incredible cash prize.

Here is what the First Place Winner can look forward to:

  • $1,000 in cash
  • Their poem published in Writer's Digest magazine's July/August 2017 issue and to a worldwide readership on WritersDigest.com
  • A 20-minute consultation with Poet's Market Editor, Robert Brewer
  • A copy of the 2017 Poet's Market

Writer's Digest's editors encourage the submission of a diverse range of poetic styles for this competition. These styles include rhyming, free verse and haiku, to name a few. Be sure to keep your poetic masterpieces under 32 lines for your shot at the prizes listed above.

Inspire others with your aptitude for creating lyrical, one of a kind poetry. Don't delay. Enter your best poem before the Deadline of November 1, 2016!

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