Why dont we hubbers have a poetry contest based on the holidays? The winner can have their poem posted for all to see for a limited time. It is a great way to start conversations with questions and answers, also it wili enable hubbers to support each other without bias
by Aunt Mollie6 years ago
If I understand what has already been posted correctly, you can post a very short poem in a hub with a lot of explanation, and that's OK. So (and this is my question) if you post a 100-word poem with a 400-word...
by Beth1008 years ago
Contest deadline is February 1, 2010Entry fee: $32CDN for 2 poems, each additional one is $5CDNPoetry: maximum 100 lines, unpublishedEligibility: Open to Canadian, US and overseasPrizes:1st: ...
by NiaG6 years ago
Am I misunderstanding or is the poetry contest asking for poems with over 500 words?
by Paradise78 years ago
A November Challenge: Write a haiku. (A Japenese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines of five, seven and five syllables, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons.)Though it doesn't have to...
by Marlin 554 years ago
Poetry contestDo any of you know any reputable poetry competitions that my wife enter her work? Much appreciated.
by Chris Andrews6 years ago
Is it common for poetry contest to have a submission fee?It has been roughly a decade since I submitted poetry to anything. I have been thinking about it, but the majority of poetry contests that seem to be easily...
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